Cassini Survives Close Flyby of Enceladus - Universe Today
The Cassini spacecraft’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 moon’s southern hemisphere. It also highlighted the drastic geologic differences between the moon’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"