David Southwood on the history of the Cassini mission, landing on Titan and why humanity needs to explore space.
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"There are geysers on a moon of Saturn called Enceladus: the interior of Enceladus appears to contain an ocean, and it's heated, and water vapour comes out, liquid turning into gas comes out of the surface. So in the interior of this moon you could even now have some form of life present."
David Southwood, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Imperial College London
Moons of Saturn: http://serious-science.org/moons-of-saturn-9494
Search for Life in Solar Vicinity: http://serious-science.org/search-for-life-in-solar-vicinity-4729
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