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Wednesday
Jul 30 2014
20:39 UTC

Enceladus has 101 Geysers

Apparently there are a whole lot of geysers on Enceladus, more than 100. Well only one more, but there are sure to be others. Most of the geysers spotted so far appear along the four noticeably visible tiger stripes that appear in the southern hemisphere. These are two of the most recent images to come from

Posted by wanderingspace

Wednesday
Jul 30 2014
01:25 UTC

Scientists Discover 101 Geysers Erupting at Saturn's Intriguing Icy Moon Enceladus

Scientists analyzing the reams of data from NASA's Cassini orbiter at Saturn have discovered 101 geysers erupting from the intriguing icy moon Enceladus and that the spewing material of liquid water likely originates from an underground sea located beneath the tiny moons ice shell, according to newly published research. The geysers are composed of tiny […]

Posted by Universe Today

Tuesday
Jul 29 2014
10:30 UTC

Encelado, la carica dei 101... Geyser generati dal suo mare sotterraneo, by NASA!

(Credit NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute)NEWS SPAZIO :- Qualche mese fa era stata diffusa la scoperta di nuove prove della presenza di un grande oceano di acqua nel polo sud della luna Encelado, ad opera della sonda NASA/ESA/ASI Cassini in orbita nel sistema di Saturno. Ecco il post http://newsspazio. blogspot. it/2014/04/ancora-nuove-prove-dellesistenza-di-un. html La notizia oggi che i dati di Cassini hanno identificato ben 101 distinti geyser in eruzione da Encelado. E la loro analisi

Posted by News Spazio

Tuesday
Jul 29 2014
09:57 UTC

Bahgdad on Enceladus

Possibly the best image ever of the Saturn moon Enceladus, well in my opinion. Be sure to click the image above for a larger version. This image looks towards the Baghdad and Damascus area of the moon. Here's an annotated … Continue reading →

Posted by Tom's Astronomy Blog

Monday
Jul 28 2014
22:28 UTC

101 Geysers Spotted Erupting From Saturn Moon

NASA's Cassini spacecraft team have numbered the plumes of Saturn's moon, Enceladus.

Posted by Breaking Orbit

Wednesday
Jul 23 2014
10:46 UTC

The Crescent Saturn

Cassini treats us to a view we would otherwise not get, a crescent Saturn. The view is from the unilluminated side of the rings and was taken in green light. The angle us just right at 43 degrees below the … Continue reading →

Posted by Tom's Astronomy Blog

Wednesday
Jul 09 2014
23:29 UTC

Titan's hidden ocean might be as salty as the Dead Sea

Saturn's moon Titan is known for its methane seas, lakes, and rivers; surprisingly Earth-like in appearance yet distinctly alien at the same time. But there is also evidence for another ocean, this one of water, below the surface. Little is known about this hidden watery world, but now new results suggest it is likely very … Continue Reading →The post Titan's hidden ocean might be as salty as the Dead Sea appeared first on The Meridiani Journal.

Posted by The Meridiani Journal

Tuesday
Jul 08 2014
10:35 UTC

Saturn Weather

Here is the latest from the Cassini spacecraft. click the image above for a larger version to see a surprising amount of detail in the planet's atmosphere. Here's the caption from JPL: The Cassini spacecraft captures three magnificent sights at … Continue reading →

Posted by Tom's Astronomy Blog

Monday
Jul 07 2014
16:12 UTC

Sketches of Saturn: Ringed Planet Dances In Raw Cassini Images

We space people are very lucky to get glimpses of Saturn (and other planets!) regularly through the raw images feature on a few spacecraft websites. This allows anyone to get a hold of the pictures as they come back from afar, allowing you to view them or alter them to try and see what they're […]

Posted by Universe Today

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