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NASA: Cassini images show liquid water on Saturn moon

NASA is reporting that images from its Cassini probe may show liquid water errupting from the surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus.

A NASA spokesperson said: "We realise that this is a radical conclusion - that we may have evidence for liquid water within a body so small and so cold. However, if we are right, we have significantly broadened the diversity of solar system environments where we might possibly have conditions suitable for living organisms."

NASA Cassini Mission page showing images.

posted by Tony 9:15 AM  

talk about procrastinate
(liquid water)I thought all water was liquid! as opposed to solid (ice)!
gas (steam)
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