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Could Enceladus Harbor Life?
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Could Enceladus Harbor Life?
In this TED Talk, Carolyn Porco describes the findings of the Cassini Mission to the Saturn system. Samples collected from this moon's icy geysers indicate that a subterranean ocean could harbor life.


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Posted by nova on July 7, 2011
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