Scientists find new signs of possible microbial life on Saturn moon

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fred8615
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Scientists find new signs of possible microbial life on Saturn moon

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Saturn's moon Enceladus, which is believed to have a vast ocean beneath its icy surface, may be a candidate to house microbial life, a new study published in Nature Astronomy by scientists at the University of Arizona and Paris Science and Lettres University suggests, Science Daily reports.

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Re: Scientists find new signs of possible microbial life on Saturn moon

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Thank you for sharing!
Searching for extraterrestrial life becomes more diverse and intense.

There are different approaches:
searching for exoplanets - exomoons stable systems;
water containing planets in a frozen stated and vapors;
searches moons near gas giants.

Still in any case, the search might be vast and any ‘Earth-like’ planet or exomoon might be a candidate for an alien life.
And great that we have the James Webb Space Telescope to be launched.
Maybe we will have extended search and classification patterns.
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