Water found on one of Saturn's Moons

It has long been known that Enceladus, a moon of Saturn, is spraying water vapour out into space. This was discovered by the spacecraft Cassini, in orbit around Saturn since 2004. 

Now in a report by Globe and Mail reporter Ivan Semeniuk, astronomers believe that there is a liquid ocean beneath the surface of the moon.

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 A view of the limb of Enceladus taken by the Cassini spacecraft showing water vapour rising above the moon.

A view of the limb of Enceladus taken by the Cassini spacecraft showing water vapour rising above the moon.