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In 2005, Cassini observed giant plumes of water erupting from the surface of Enceladus. 00:39
The ocean beneath Enceladus's icy crust is theorized to have about the same volume as Lake Superior. 01:42
Liquid water interacting with a rocky bed could lead to chemical reactions that produce nutrients. 02:10