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NASA Researches Discover Hydrogen On Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

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NASA researchers may now be much closer to finding new life within our solar system.

Scientists found moons orbiting Jupiter and Saturn could provide for new life.

This data comes from the Cassini Spacecraft and Hubble Space Telescope.

Animation showing a spacecraft going through gas and ice, that’s spraying from Saturn’s moon Enceladus.

Tools from the spacecraft found a large amount of hydrogen.

On Earth, hydrogen vents at the ocean floor, serving as food for microbes.

NASA is set to launch the Europa Clipper, which will go to Jupiter around 2020.

During the mission it will map the moon and potentially sample plumes to give more information on life on Europa.