Is There Life on Saturn’s Icy Moon Enceladus?

Plumes erupting from Enceladus.

Artist's impression of the Cassini spacecraft flying through plumes erupting from the south pole of Saturn's moon Enceladus. These plumes are much like geysers and expel a combination of water vapor, ice grains, salts, methane, and other organic molecules. (Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech)

Saturn’s Rings and Tilt Could Be From an Ancient Missing Moon

The rings of Saturn.

A 'grazing encounter' may have smashed the moon to bits to form Saturn’s rings, a new study suggests. (Image: Space Science Institute via NASA / JPL-Caltech)

Recipe Is Different, but Saturn’s Moon Titan Has Ingredients for Life

Titan's Dragonfly quadcopter.

An artist’s rendering shows a Dragonfly quadcopter landing on the surface of Saturn’s moon Titan, unfolding its rotors and lifting off again to survey the landscape and atmosphere. (Image: Steve Gribben via Johns Hopkins APL)

Infrared Eyes on Enceladus: Hints of Fresh Ice in Northern Hemisphere

Jupiters's icy moon Enceladus .

Scientists used data gathered by NASA's Cassini spacecraft during 13 years of exploring the Saturn system to make detailed images of the icy moon — and to reveal geologic activity. (Image: JPL-Caltech via NASA)

Listen to Saturn: Radio Emissions of the Planet and Enceladus

Saturn and its moon enceladus.

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft’s Grand Finale orbits found a powerful interaction of plasma waves moving from Saturn to its rings and its moon Enceladus. (Image: JPL-Caltech via NASA)