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Cassini Probe to Make ‘Plume Dive’ Near Saturn's Moon

NASA’s Cassini probe will be making a “plume dive” Wednesday to sample the mysterious spray observed coming from Saturn’s moon, Enceladus. The dive will be the “deepest-ever” sampling of the icy plumes which are thought to come from a massive ocean below the moon’s icy crust. Enceladus, the sixth largest moon orbiting Saturn, is considered a place where life could have evolved given the apparent presence of liquid water and likelihood of hydrothermal activity as the moon is...

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