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Water (possibly) found on Saturn's icy moon, Enceladus,


Mike Godfrey
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Hi Mike,

Thanks for posting this very interesting news snippit, i know the Sky at Night programme extras in there cover disc of there magazine touched on this but this latest news look's like they may be right.

James :laugh:

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Cheers guys,

from MSNBC web page the essence of the discovery is:

Cassini's camera repeatedly recorded the spray of ice crystals and water vapor from Enceladus' south polar region, backlit by sunlight. That imagery allowed researchers to trace the source back to the mysterious dark "tiger stripes" previously seen on Enceladus.

Betthat would be a cold shower.

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