NASA: Saturn's moon could sustain life

There is a possibility that the atmosphere on one of Saturn’s moons could support life, evidence found by NASA shows. The findings were discovered by the Cassini spacecraft, which is due to end its 20-year mission later this year.

    There is a possibility that the atmosphere on one of Saturn’s moons could support life, evidence found by NASA shows.

    The findings were discovered by the Cassini spacecraft, which is due to end its 20-year mission later this year.

    Al Jazeera's Tom Ackerman has more from Washington DC.


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