Cassini finds global ocean lying beneath the icy crust of Saturn's geologically active moon Enceladus
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Enceladus vents water through cracks in its surface, and they're going to fly Cassini through one of the plumes. And they have instrumentation on board that can analyze the water for complex organic molecules and potentially tell if they pick up anything that is/was alive.