An essential building block for life has been found in one of the most unlikely places in the galaxy.
according to A recent study Published June 14 in the journal Nature, Enceladus – an icy moon orbiting Saturn – may have an ocean full of phosphorus, an element not detected on other planets before. The international team of researchers who led paper Use the Cassini Cosmic Dust Analyzer, or CDA, to study ice particles of Enceladus that have drifted into Saturn Luminous “E ring”.
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