Water on Saturn’s moon - level 2, A12

Water on Saturn’s moon - level 2, A12

30-03-2012 21:00

People have this question for a long time, “Are we the only planet in the universe with life?” With better and better technology we have more and more information about planets and moons in the universe.

Now, scientists have new pictures from one of the Saturn’s moon. They have pictures of geysers of water from this moon. It is unbelievable. It is clear that there is water on Saturn’s moon. Scientist also found out that there is salt in the water, so there is an ocean on Saturn’s moon similar to our oceans.

The name of the moon is Enceladus. Enceladus isn’t the only moon which has water. There are more than 60 moons around Jupiter and Saturn. Some of these moons have also water, for example Europe. One Saturn’s moon has also atmosphere with O2. So there is a chance that there is life there. Maybe we will know it very soon.

Written by Danny for News in Levels

Interesting words: geyser, similar, chance.

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