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Raspberry Shake Nov 2
During ’s final orbits around , it captured measurements of plasma wave interactions between the , its rings, & its icy moon . These were converted into an audible range which you can hear below. Credit:
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The SETI Institute Sep 18
Radar observations of ’s moons, , and , show that Enceladus is acting as a ‘snow-cannon’, coating itself and its neighbours with fresh water-ice particles to make them dazzlingly reflective.
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Jason Major Dec 18
The limb of in front of : a color-composite of images captured by in infrared, green, and ultraviolet wavelengths on Dec. 19, 2015 from a distance of about 24,000 km from Enceladus
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Science & Space Oct 6
Saturn’s moon is a small ocean world covered in ice, one of more than 60 confirmed moons orbiting Saturn. It’s 25 times smaller than Earth and almost 10 times as far from the sun, with surfaces that are still in their adolescence (less than 100 million years old) 1/
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Jan Kotlarz Nov 19
Yay! We're preparing for the experiment with and ' ocean water analog in a !
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James Tuttle Keane Mar 20
Doug Hemmingway—Enceladus’s south polar tiger stripes may be the natural consequence of a freezing ocean and tides. Stresses localize at the poles, one fails, forming a fracture. Subsequent loading of plume material causes parallel fractures ~30 km away.
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Jason Major Apr 18
The jets of illuminated by sunlight; color-composite of images captured by Cassini from the moon's night side in IR, green, and UV filters on April 24, 2007 (south on Enceladus is up here)
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Domenico Calia Aug 18
captured this stunning image of with its rings and the moon from a distance of approximately 87,000 miles on August 18, 2015.
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The Science Arts and Space Institute Oct 3
: Organic compounds coming from 's moon could be the building blocks of life:
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Domenico Calia Oct 1
: Saturn’s Ocean Moon the most beautiful Celestial Body IMO
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Robert Lufkin MD Oct 3
New study from shows that ’s moon ’ ocean has reactive building blocks- amines, carbonyls, and aromatic compounds in abundance, suggests moon could support as we know it.
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Everything Serious Jun 23
Caught a gracing the skies of last night. Notice is visible on the horizon. Amazingly how this looks very similar to cinnamon swirling in an 😂 ”it’s easier to fool people than to convince them they’ve been fooled”
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Martin Suttle Sep 30
Replying to @MineralCup
The Snowball hypothesis proposes that during extreme conditions (almost) the entire planet's surface was , covered by ~650Ma ago. Perhaps like the surface of today. There may be more in the interior, but ice rules at the surface
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たかはぎ / Takahagi Oct 27
My first journal article, "Peptide synthesis under the alkaline hydrothermal conditions on Enceladus" has just been published in !! This is the first experimental evidence showing that short peptide can potentially form in . .
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Philippe M Oct 3
Just Revealed an Ocean on Contains The Building Blocks of Life |
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Tali Mar 30
's Coat New findings have emerged about 5 tiny moons nestled in and near Saturn's rings. The flybys by Cassini reveal the surfaces are covered with material from the planet's rings - and from icy particles from .
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Dirk Schulze-Makuch Sep 28
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Anton Petrov Nov 21
BRUIE rover tested by to create an autonomous explorer for ocean worlds such as moon or moon - it's also able to swim underwater
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Maxime Duprez Oct 5
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Space Science Institute- SKLPlanets Macau Nov 20
matter is everywhere! From , to , , , and . Huge paradigm shift from just a few decades ago with implications for and . Interesting seminar by Sun Kwok from HK University.
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