Water jets from Saturn moon

by Gene on Dec. 31st, 2007

Encladaeus, a moon of Saturn, is emitting jets of very pure water, forcing scientists to reconsider just what the heck is going on up there.

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Anonymous says:

How long do scientists think the water has been shooting out and how much longer will it last. Will it still be shooting out after we launch a probe in 2015? Or will it stop right when the probe arives.

posted on Thu, 01/03/2008 - 3:03pm

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