Hydrogen in Saturn moon’s ice plumes may support microbial life

By Irene Klotz Ice plumes shooting into space from Saturn’s ocean-bearing moon Enceladus contain hydrogen from hydrothermal vents, an environment that some scientists believe led to the rise of life on Earth, research publish”If correct, this observation has fundamental implications for the possibility of life on Enceladus,” geochemist Jeffrey Seewald, of the Woods Hole OceanographicContinue reading “Hydrogen in Saturn moon’s ice plumes may support microbial life”