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Are there ‘eyeless creatures’ on Enceladus?

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The search for life elsewhere in the Solar System and beyond is the search for microbial life.

After all, micro-organisms and “extremophiles” can exist in extreme environments and have reigned on Earth for much of its history. 

Might we find them on Saturn’s moon Enceladus? 

The sixth-largest moon of Saturn, this very bright, icy moon contains everything that astrobiologists consider is critical for life as we know it to exist—water, organic compounds and energy. 

Full article at Forbes mag: Link

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