James Webb Telescope detects unprecedented water plume on Saturn moon Enceladus

NASA scientists have recently used the James Webb Space Telescope to detect a “surprisingly large” water plume coming out of Enceladus, the sixth largest moon of Saturn and the 19th largest in the solar system. The water vapor plume spans more than 6,000 miles despite the fact that Enceladus is…

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