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Enceladus has Hydrothermal Activity Beneath a Liquid Ocean

12 Mar 2015, 11:45 UTC
Enceladus has Hydrothermal Activity Beneath a Liquid Ocean
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Some of the moons of gas giant planets have a unique property: They are worlds that have a source of heat other than the Sun. The huge tidal forces imparted by their host planet and fellow moons cause their crust to grow and shrink, creating huge friction and heating the rock. It means that even […]

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