Saturn’s Moon Enceladus could be Home for Extraterrestrial Life

Saturn’s Moon Enceladus could be Home for Extraterrestrial Life

Twelve years ago, а water vapor streams shooting into space through ice cracks at Enceladus’s southern pole, the frozen moon on Saturn, were first discovered. So far they have not been well explained. But definitely nurture the hopes of scientists to detect life beyond Earth within our Solar System. “From where does Enceladus maintain energy for this hydrothermal activity has always been a mystery. But we have now explored in detail how the structure and composition of the moon’s rocky core plays a key role in generating this energy, “explains Gael Schoble of the University of Nantes in France. According...