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7061 No. 7061 ID: 062e74
http://www.space.com/28796-hot-springs-enceladus-saturn-moon.html

>Hot springs on Saturn's icy moon Enceladus suggest that the floor of the satellite's subsurface ocean may be home to near-boiling temperatures, researchers say.

>This finding is the first evidence of active hydrothermal vents beyond the oceans of Earth. Moreover, conditions deep under the icy surface of Enceladus could be similar to those that gave rise to the first life on Earth, the researchers reported in the new study.

>The sixth largest of Saturn's moons, Enceladus has a diameter of only about 314 miles (505 kilometers). This makes it small enough to fit inside the borders of Arizona.

Pretty fucking neato.
>> No. 7066 ID: 062e74
>>7064
Hmm, haven't heard anything about that.
>> No. 7073 ID: e7f332
lol in 2312 ( a really good book) they find microbial life on Enceladus and hippies promptly ingest it. Lulz ensue.
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