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NASA: on Saturn's moon can be life ...

NASA: on Saturn's moon can be life ...

The Cassini installation recorded hydrogen on Saturn’s satellite Enceladus, which interacts with the ice cover of a celestial body. This was stated by the head of the research mission Goddard Chin from the NASA team ....

The satellite also contains hydrothermal vents. Thanks to this data, the researchers came to the conclusion that there is life in Enceladus ocean. The South-West Research Institute, in collaboration with NASA, will develop an installation that will help to study the Enceladus geysers in more detail.

In addition, on the satellite of Saturn, scientists have found water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane and other gases, indicating the viability of the space object. Chin noted that it is possible to measure many different molecules in a cold gas. Thus, you can see exactly what comes out of Enceladus.