Cassini Survives Close Flyby of Enceladus - Universe Today
The Cassini spacecraftâ€™s audacious flyby of Saturn’s moon Enceladus on March 12 has provided scientists more information about the geyser-like jets of ice shooting from the moonâ€™s southern hemisphere. It also highlighted the drastic geologic differences between the moonâ€™s north and south pole. While the data collected from the geysers is still being analyzed, images … Continue reading "Cassini Survives Close Flyby of Enceladus"
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