“Unexplainable” –Cassini Mission’s Amazing Discovery in the Plumes of Enceladus

    Saturn’s moon Enceladus is unique in our Solar System — with plumes of water vapor and ice perpetually erupting, shooting jets hundreds of miles into space from its global subsurface ocean through cracks —parallel, evenly spaced “stripes” that are some 130 kilometers long and 35 kilometers apart–on Enceladus’s ice-encased surface providing an intriguing … Continue reading “Unexplainable” –Cassini Mission’s Amazing Discovery in the Plumes of Enceladus