Probability of life on Saturn’s Moon: Enceladus

Enceladus is Saturn’s sixth largest moon. Its surface is composed of icy crust, water vapors and ice particles that thrust to the surface from underground geysers within the ocean beneath the icy crust. Carbon dioxide, carbon mono oxides, volatile gases, salts, silica and some organic compounds are present in the atmosphere of Enceladus. Continue reading “Probability of life on Saturn’s Moon: Enceladus”

Europa: Life supportive moon of Jupiter

Europa: Life Supportive Moon of Jupiter

Europa, Jupiter’s one of the confirmed moons has been recently revealed to have life supporting conditions. Its surface is made up of ice and underneath it has water which is more than the amount of water on Earth. The water surface is hidden behind a shield of radiation which proves that it is one of the best surface for hosting alien life. Continue reading “Europa: Life Supportive Moon of Jupiter”