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Life could be found on one of Saturn’s moons, even if the rover doesn’t land, new research says.
Scientists say evidence of life on the icy moon Enceladus could be found by a robotic spacecraft that studies plumes emerging from its liquid interior.
Researchers have long speculated that alien bacteria may live on Enceladus, one of Earth’s 83 moons, but have had no definitive answer.
New research suggests it may be home to life because it produces methane.When it was first measured by NASA in 1980, it looked like a snowball in the sky. On NASA’s second mission from 2005 to 2017, the thick sheet of ice hides a vast warm saltwater ocean that releases methane, a gas normally derived from microbial life on Earth. I discovered that
Methane was detected by the Cassini spacecraft as it flew through the giant plumes of water that erupt from the surface of Enceladus.