Warm Poles Suggest Enceladus' Liquid Water Near Surface - Universe Today
One of the biggest surprises from the Cassini mission to Saturn has been the discovery of active geysers at the south pole of the moon Enceladus. At only about 500 km (310 miles) in diameter, the bright and ice-covered moon should be too small and too far from the Sun to be active. Instead, this … Continue reading "Warm Poles Suggest Enceladus’ Liquid Water Near Surface"