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Nasa announces one of Saturn's moons could support alien life in our solar system
By Andrew Cheetham on 14 April 2017 GMT
https://www.davidicke.com/article/409172/nasa-announces-one-saturns-moons-support-alien-life-solar-system

‘There might be alien life in our own solar system, Nasa has announced.

All of the necessary things to support life have been found on one of the moons that orbits Saturn.

Enceladus has chemicals that when found on Earth tend to indicate life, suggesting that there might be living things under its icy shell.

Scientists have long thought of Enceladus as one of the prime candidates for life within our solar system, in large part because of its subsurface ocean that covers its entire body. But the new research gives the best look yet at that moon, showing that it has a chemical energy source capable of supporting life.’


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Re: Nasa announces one of Saturn's moons could support alien life
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Now that is something to watch!

http://whale.to/c/saturn.html
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Now that is something to watch!

http://whale.to/c/saturn.html

Wow

I sort of ought to know this stuff, but get suckered into thinking its a tech rather than a cult issue.
 

 

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