Cassini Flies By Enceladus

I know that it sounds like ensalada, salad in Spanish, but it isn’t. It is a moon of Saturn. It is a whitish moon with a lot of cracks on it. Occasionally, it erupts plumes of water vapor and other compounds. That is what space probe Cassini is going to observe at its South Pole. That is cool, huh? A space probe made by people observing an object that is 100 of millions of kilometer away. Anyways, the news is here.

Oh, and while you are there, why don’t you check out other articles of the web page, and maybe go to livescience.com to check other science news, eh?

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