ScienceCast 212: Amazing Moons

published 4 years ago

Amazing moons presented by science at NASA. When the space age began more than 50 years ago explorers were eager to visit the planets of the solar system. As the years have passed however astronomers have realize that the moons in the solar system maybe even more interesting. Many of these moons are water worlds and planetary scientists like golden retrievers always follow the water. On earth where there's water there's life. As Brian day of NASA's solar system exploration research virtual institute. It doesn't matter if it's boiling hot like the bubbling acid hot springs in Yellowstone National Park were frigid like the waters of the arctic. Consider Enceladus a tiny moon floating just outside Saturn's rings. This little Wonderland features of vast underground ocean that could be friendly to microbial life. That ocean is capped by ...

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