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Planet Earth

Where There’s Liquid Water…

The LoomBy Carl ZimmerMarch 10, 2006 2:38 AM
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Enceladus, a tiny moon of Saturn, suddenly gets interesting. It may be spewing liquid water. And since the only life we know of needs liquid water--and since Enceladus may now be the second place we know of in the solar system with liquid water--I want to buy a ticket there. Details and pictures here.

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