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It’s only a seltzer moon

Plumes from Saturn’s Enceladus may have carbonated source

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5:52pm, October 6, 2010

Eau my! Things could be really popping inside Saturn’s moon Enceladus. A fizzy ocean, similar in carbonation to Perrier, may feed the plumes of water vapor, gas and ice that erupt from the south pole of the moon, a new model suggests.

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