Enceladus is the. largest moon
Title Forces from strong gravitational pull from Saturn "stretching" Enceladus creating friction heating the moon's interior
Icy, 99% ice water indicating liquid water under surface
Chemical building blocks of life were found (2005 Cassini flyby mission)
Spurring ice particles, water vapor, silica, salts, and traces of organic compounds
Organic compounds from geysers
Acetylene, propane, and methane
Geysers and heat exit from the South Pole through these
May exist in possible liquid water beneath the surface
Found in geysers suggests that Enceladus' ocean water is salty
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