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Saturn’s ocean moon Enceladus is able to support life − my research team is working out how to detect extraterrestrial cells there

By Fabian Klenner, Postdoctoral Scholar in Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington
Saturn’s moon Enceladus has geysers shooting tiny grains of ice into space. These grains could hold traces of life − but researchers need the right tools to tell.The Conversation

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