Life on Saturn's Moon?

May 2006
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;5/5/2006, Vol. 75 Issue 25, p3
Presents information on geysers of water, found by scientists on Saturn's moon Enceladus. Definition of a geyser; Possibility of the existence of microbes on Enceladus; Images of a geyser, taken by the spacecraft Cassini, which has been studying Saturn and its moons since 2004.


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