Nasa says Saturn’s moon Enceladus has the potential for ocean life3 min read . Updated: 14 Apr 2017, 08:22 AM IST
Nasa says Cassini has detected hydrogen molecules in vapour plumes emanating from cracks from the surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus, necessary for life
Dallas: All of us can thank water for helping life emerge from the remnants of the big bang. Earth is awash in that slippery combination of hydrogen and oxygen, but we’ve always thought the rest of the solar system is mostly barren rock, noxious gases, and ice made from some really nasty stuff.
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