water everywhere

8 October 2016

At www.astronomy.com/news/2016/10/dione-may-be-saturns-third-moon-hiding-an… … NASAs Cassini probe seems to show liquid water 20 miles deep on Saturn's moon, Dione (following on from its discovery on two other moons of Saturn, Titan and Enceladus). Water has also been found on Europa and Ganymede and even on Pluto. The possibility of life on other cosmic bodies is thought to depend on water -and there is water being found everywhere in the solar system.

At www.astronomy.com/2016/02/plutos-largest-moon-may-have-once-had-an-ocean …. a reference to water on Chron (as revealed by NASAs New Horizons mission. Pluto is orbiting with Charon way out in the solar system which indicates that like comets, water was an essential part of the solar system's beginnings and should be found almost everywhere.

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