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James Webb telescope: Icy moon Enceladus spews massive water plume
by Jonathan Amos, BBC Science Correspondent
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2 June 2023
On 2 June 2023 BBC News reported:
Astronomers have detected a huge plume of water vapor spurting out into space from Enceladus, an icy moon of Saturn. The 504km-wide (313 miles) moon is well known for its geysers, but this is a particularly big one. The water stream spans some 9,600km -- a distance equivalent to that of flying from the UK to Japan. ...The new super-plume was spied by the James Webb Space Telescope.
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