Discovery of Geysers on Enceladus movie
This movie is about Enceladus, one of Saturn's moons. Scientists think they have discovered geysers on Enceladus. The geysers are near the moon's South Pole. The scientists used pictures and other data from the Cassini spacecraft to make this discovery. This movie is from NASA/JPL.
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