Enceladus’ Salty Surprise

by Jason Major June 22, 2011

Want to stay on top of all the space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter   Researchers on the Cassini mission team have identified large salt grains in the plumes emanating from Saturn’s icy satellite Enceladus, making an even stronger case for the existence of a salty liquid ocean beneath the moon’s frozen surface. Remove this […]

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