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NASA's Cassini spacecraft has sent results from the latest fly-by of Saturn's moon Enceladus.
The spacecraft has flown through "jets of geyser-like icy water spewing from the moon" which may contain trapped water.
Additionally by analyzing radar images and observing Titan's spin rates from Cassini it is believed there is an underground ocean:
Scientists found several dunes, channels, lakes and other geological features on Titan's surface drifted from a fixed point, likely as a result of an increase of the moon's rotation.
Using modeling techniques, scientists determined that winds in Titan's atmosphere exert a torque on the lunar surface and concluded there must be a liquid ocean below. Such a large shift would not be seen if the interior was a solid core, they said.
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