The hero fell without a groan - he fell while answering Aramis with words of encouragement and hope, for, thanks to the powerful arch of his hands, for an instant he believed that, like Enceladus
, he would succeed in shaking off the triple load.
Rather, come and let us all go to help them, or else let loose your weapon, the great and formidable Titan-killer with which you killed Capaneus, that doughty man, and great Enceladus
and the wild tribes of Giants; ay, let it loose, for so the most valiant will be slain.
-saturns-icy-moon-2507785) potentially life-supporting environment on the gas giant's moons, Enceladus
Saturn's icy moon Enceladus
has them all, as NASA spacecraft Cassini confirmed in the final years of its mission to that planet.
The icy orb known as Enceladus
may boast ideal living conditions for single-celled microorganisms known as archaeans found in some of the most extreme environments on Earth, they reported in the science journal Nature Communications.
Previous research suggested that Enceladus
sports an ocean of liquid water -- a key ingredient for life -- beneath its icy surface.
LAHORE -- The conditions required for life to flourish and cutting edge research is being conducted by scientists from various parts of the world to detect microbial life on other planetary bodies such as Saturn's moon, Enceladus
and Jupiter's moon, Europa.
Voyager 2 further whetted the appetite for Saturn probes after it sent back images of a bright, smooth surface on the tiny moon of Enceladus
in 1981, raising questions about whether it might be volcanic.
Scientists feared a collision with Titan or Enceladus
, two of Saturn's moons that in the past 10 years have shown a potential to host simple life.
Cassini's discovery of ocean worlds at Titan and Enceladus
changed everything, shaking our views to the core about surprising places to search for potential life beyond Earth," said NASA's Science Mission Directorate associate administrator Thomas Zurbuchen in a briefing.
Another key discovery made by Cassini was a global ocean some six miles deep under the 19-25-mile thick icy surface of another moon, Enceladus
has become a promising lead in the search for places outside Earth that could support life.