Enceladus, the icy white moon covered with bright blue stripes, is home to a massive subsurface ocean that scientists are increasingly interested in exploring. New research out of Carnegie Science details the cause of these unique stripes, explaining why the fissures are only found on the moon’s south pole and why they are spaced out so evenly. Enceladus is one … Continue reading (Date:12/12/2019 01:11) Read full article >>

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