Saturn's moon Enceladus can support Life

Using data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft, scientists at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) modeled chemical processes in Saturn's moon Enceladus' subsurface ocean.


This is another big news revealed by NASA in recent days that their team found some of the places on the gigantic moon of Saturn where life can exist. By observing the universe with a radio telescope array, an international team of scientists has observed radio bursts originating from the Bootes constellation—the first radio emission collected from a world outside our solar system.