Science NewsCurated by RSF Research Staff Home > Science News > NASA unveils further potential for life on Enceladus Ocean worlds are all around us. This compelling and awe-inspiring knowledge comes to us from the dedicated research, like NASA's outer-planet probe missions, from investigators who intrepidly explore the myriad worlds of our solar system and beyond. In a recent special announcement NASA scientists have revealed that the Cassini space probe has detected hydrogen in the water-plumes erupting from the sub-surface ocean world of Enceladus. Hubble space telescope researchers report similar evidence for plumes erupting from Jupiter's moon Europa. These findings offer further support for the possibility of life inhabiting the Saturnian and Galilean satellites. It seems now that all of the primary requirements for life are present: liquid water and a chemical food source chief among them. Article: https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-missions-provide-new-insights-into-ocean-worlds-in-our-solar-system The first interstellar visitor to our solar system, could it be a technosignature of extraterrestrial intelligence?February 15, 2019Nature’s effective way of conducting electronsFebruary 11, 2019Super-Fast 3D printersFebruary 7, 2019Astronomy accessible for people with hearing lossFebruary 7, 2019Panpsychism as an Observational ScienceFebruary 6, 2019 Sharing is caring - please share this with your friends: Facebook Twitter If you like this content, you will love the Resonance Academy.