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The Cassini probe may have already collected data that could reveal the presence of life on Saturn's moon Enceladus, a new study argues.
"If you think about what you need for life, you need water, energy, organic material, and you need nitrogen, and they're all coming out of the plume," McKay told New Scientist. "Here is a little world that seems to have it all"