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It’s one of Saturn’s largest moons, visited by Cassini in 2014. Now, new analysis suggests the subsurface ocean could be home to primitive life thanks to the geothermal activity we can see in the form of huge geyers shooting up from the southern polar region. Join us for a Talkin’ Science Quick Take.

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