A new hypothesis explains the unfrozen water on Enceladus

Scientists have put forward a new hypothesis, explaining the riddle of ice-free water on the satellite of Saturn Enceladus.

The factor that ensures the presence of liquid water under the ice cover of Enceladus can be tidal acceleration.

Provided that the core of the celestial body is permeated with pores, it can support hydrothermal activity in the subterranean oceans of the satellite for billions of years.

Such conditions greatly increase the possibility of the birth of life on Enceladus.

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