Encased in an Icy Shell, the Ocean on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus Appears to Be Churning – SciTechDaily

Buried beneath 20 kilometers of ice, the subsurface ocean of Enceladus—one of Saturn’s moons—appears to be churning with currents akin to those on Earth. The theory, derived from the shape of Enceladus’s ice shell, challenges the current thinking that the moo…

Artist’s rendering showing a cutaway view into the interior of Saturn’s moon Enceladus. A plume of ice particles, water vapor, and organic molecules sprays from fractures in the moon’s south polar re…

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