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This image shows a new explanation for what feeds the mysterious jets spraying from the south polar region of Saturn's moon Enceladus
Proposed ‘Perrier’ Ocean for Enceladus
Highlighting Plumes
Elephant Skin Enceladus
Water ice plumes emanating from Enceladus' south polar region
High-Phase Plumes
Enceladus beyond the outline of the Saturn's night side
Activity Past Dark Side
Raw Image from Aug. 13, 2010, Enceladus Flyby
Enceladus spews water ice from its south polar region
Enceladus and G Ring
Differently Aged Terrain
The shadow of Enceladus darkens a small portion of the swirling clouds on Saturn
Shadow from Unseen Moon
The highly reflective surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus is almost completely illuminated in this Cassini spacecraft image taken at a low phase angle.
Enceladus at Low Phase
Enceladus is a small bright dot beyond Saturn's rings
Speck of Enceladus
Dione, Enceladus and Saturn
Ornamented Rings
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