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This view of Saturn’s moon Enceladus and its prominent plumes was taken by the Cassini spacecraft on April 2, 2013. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute.

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Salty Sea May Lurk Under Saturn Moon

Water jets on Saturn's moon, Enceladus.

Backlit Saturn - Seen from the Cassini SpacecraftThe Cassini spacecraft was sent by NASA and ESA to study Saturn and its moons. Two of Saturn’s moons, Enceladus and Tethys, appear in the bottom right of this image. So far, the spacecraft has found new storm systems on Saturn, active geysers on its moon Enceladus, liquid oceans on its moon Titan, and many other unexpected discoveries. A

The giant moon Titan passes in front of Saturn in this natural-color, wide-angle view from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI Read more: http://www.universetoday.com/#ixzz254e6Mrav

Backlit Saturn - Seen from the Cassini SpacecraftThe Cassini spacecraft was sent by NASA and ESA to study Saturn and its moons. Two of Saturn’s moons, Enceladus and Tethys, appear in the bottom right of this image. So far, the spacecraft has found new storm systems on Saturn, active geysers on its moon Enceladus, liquid oceans on its moon Titan, and many other unexpected discoveries. Due to its elliptical orbit, Cassini is occasionally able to catch beautyful images of saturn backlit by our…

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Cassini Spacecraft Reveals 101 Geysers and more on Icy Saturn Moon

The Cassini Spacecraft has been busy! It recently discovered 101 geysers on Saturn's icy moon Enceladus.

Enceladus, Saturn's Moon spews at least four four distinct plumes of water vapor and ice from its south polar region. Image by NASA's Cassini spacecraft. via msnbc #Enceladus #Saturn #Cassini #NASA msnbc

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Two Moons Passing in the Night

That's no moon! :D - The Saturn moons Mimas and Pandora appear together in this image taken by the narrow-angle camera aboard NASA's Cassini spacecraft on May 14, 2013. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

Saturn seen by the Cassini spacecraft in late 2012. If you look carefully, you can spot the shadow of Mimas in the image. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute The mystery of Saturn’s bright, youthful appearance is a step closer to resolution. And it actually has to do with gas.

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If the planets were as far away from earth as the moon…

If the planets were as far away from earth as the moon… (think that I would be scared by Jupiter & Saturn! lol)