NASA: Ingredients for Life at Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

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+3 1. Burimi commented 2 years ago

1:19 Crystal Clear Water!
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+3 2. Glubok commented 2 years ago

Stop talking and send a probe there already !!! WE NEED TO KNOW !! :P
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+1 3. kirkelicious commented 2 years ago

No, the Cassini Plasma Spectrometer does not act as a human nose at all. That's just an absurd analogy.
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-2 4. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

#3 Oh Kirk, oh Kirk, delicious, why are you so picky
Is is not a bit like a human nose, aren't it's bogies wet and Sticky
Must you always cast dispersions call comments all but lies
If you stamp upon old Suxi's head would old Suxi live or die
Put aside your slide-rule and your Hewlet Packard Calc
Take a break a cooling shower, immerse yourself in talc. :D