Cassini Team Releases Images from Saturn Mission

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Scientists monitoring the Cassini mission to Saturn release some startling images of Saturn's moons. One image suggests the icy moon Enceladus is still geologically active inside.

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Bonnie Buratti, co-investigator, Cassini Science Team, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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