May 25, 2024

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a plume of water shooting out of a small moon

Saturn’s moon Enceladus erupts a 6,000-mile-high plume of water. Could life be lurking beneath its icy crust?

The James Webb Space Telescope has detected a 6,000-mile plume of water flowing into space from Saturn’s small, ice-covered moon Enceladus, creating a massive water cloud in the ringed planet’s orbit.

Saturnmoon Enceladus It is one of the most likely places in Solar System that may harbor extraterrestrial life. the new James Webb Space Telescope The JWST note suggests that the Large Telescope may play a role in helping scientists decide the best way to search for it.