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Saturn's moon Enceladus could contain life in its icy oceans

 
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Saturn's moon Enceladus could contain life in its icy oceans
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1:20 PM on 09th February 2010
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Saturn's icy moon Enceladus is hiding a large body of water under its surface, new research has confirmed. What is more it could even have the right conditions to host life.
Experts have analysed data from the Cassini spacecraft, which dived through the moon's water ice plume in 2008.

It revealed negatively charged water ions, which provide evidence for the presence of liquid water.

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Re: Saturn's moon Enceladus could contain life in its icy oceans
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1:20 PM on 09th February 2010
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Saturn's icy moon Enceladus is hiding a large body of water under its surface, new research has confirmed. What is more it could even have the right conditions to host life.
Experts have analysed data from the Cassini spacecraft, which dived through the moon's water ice plume in 2008.

It revealed negatively charged water ions, which provide evidence for the presence of liquid water.

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The new findings add to astronomers' growing knowledge of the detailed chemistry of Enceladus' plume and Titan's atmosphere, giving new understanding of environments beyond Earth where prebiotic or life-sustaining environments might exist.

Professor Keith Mason, Chief Executive of the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), which funds the UK involvement in Cassini-Huygens, said: "This measurement of water ions in the ice plume of Enceladus is incredibly exciting and provides us with further hope of finding water and maybe even life on this distant icy moon."

The Cassini-Huygens mission is a co-operative project of NASA, the European Space Agency and the Italian Space Agency.

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