NASA Finds Massive Water Source the Size of Great Lake On Moon In Our Solar System

By MBD India’s Chandrayaan-1 stunned the world with their discovery of water on the moon. NASA soon followed, with the same readings that verified there was indeed water on our lunar satellite. Now, gravity measurements taken by NASA-ESA’s Cassini spacecraft have confirmed that Saturn’s tiny 313-mile-wide (504 km) moon Enceladus, has sub-surface water sources at least as large as Earth’s Great Lakes. Enceladus has been long known to have an icy surface. In it’s southern latitudes it contains a massive sub-surface ocean. Measurements taken in 2010-2012 have now been analyzed, making it certain that made clear that Enceladus is even more amenable to life than Jupiter’s moon Europa. This was first suspected when NASA observed H20 vapor shooting out from its south pole back in 2005. It was widely speculated within the scientific community that this water might have been the result of tectonic forces creating friction along plates...

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