Enceladus' Salty Surprise - Universe Today
[/caption] Researchers on the Cassini mission team have identified large salt grains in the plumes emanating from Saturn’s icy satellite Enceladus, making an even stronger case for the existence of a salty liquid ocean beneath the moon’s frozen surface. Cassini first discovered the jets of water ice particles in 2005; since then scientists have … Continue reading "Enceladus’ Salty Surprise"