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Saturn’s moon Enceladus is blasting a plume of water 6,000 miles high. Could life be lurking under its icy shell?

Submit on Thursday, June 1st, 2023 17:11

The James Webb Space Telescope has found a 6,000 mile-long plume of water squirting into space from Saturn’s tiny moon Enceladus, creating a massive watery cloud in the planet’s orbit.

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