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PostTue Apr 29, 2014 1:07 pm » by enigmas



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Enceladus is Saturn's sixth largest moon.
It orbits the densest part of Saturn's diffuse E ring.
In 2005 Cassini started multiple close flybys revealing
it's surface and atmosphere in greater detail. It discovered
a water rich plume venting from the south polar region.
Cryovolcanoes near the south pole also shoot geyser like
jets of water vapor and other materials including sodium chloride
and ice particles at the rate of approximately 200 kilograms
per second. Some of it falls back as "snow" and the rest escapes.
There was also the finding of escaping internal heat. That combined with the finding of few impact craters, show that Enceladus remains geologically active today.

Cassini provided strong evidence that Enceladus has an ocean
with an energy source, nutrients, and organic molecules.
All that makes Enceladus one of the best places to study and search for potentially habitable environments with extraterrestrial life.
The atmosphere of Enceladus is composed of 91% water vapor, 4% nitrogen,
3.2% carbon monoxide, and 1.7% methane.
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PostTue Apr 29, 2014 6:36 pm » by -Marduk-


Cassini Image N00153872

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N00153872.jpg was taken on May 18, 2010 and received on Earth May 18, 2010. The camera was pointing toward ENCELADUS at approximately 22,693 kilometers away, and the image was taken using the CL1 and CL2 filters. This image has not been validated or calibrated. A validated/calibrated image will be archived with the NASA Planetary Data System in 2011.
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/i ... 153872.jpg


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Cassini Image N00153871

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N00153871.jpg was taken on May 18, 2010 and received on Earth May 18, 2010. The camera was pointing toward ENCELADUS at approximately 22,293 kilometers away, and the image was taken using the CL1 and UV3 filters. This image has not been validated or calibrated. A validated/calibrated image will be archived with the NASA Planetary Data System in 2011.
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/i ... 153871.jpg


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PostTue Apr 29, 2014 6:37 pm » by -Marduk-


The Critters Of Enceladus


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All of the evidence images in this report are associated with Saturn's outer "E" ring and its Moon Enceladus in the "E" ring as taken from the Cassini Equinox Mission craft as that craft was leaving the Moon area and all using the same CL1 and CL2 filters facilitating comparison. Note that the first three images below represent context scenes that are very distant from 88,020 to 135,669 km. These context views give us a look at Enceladus as well as the evidence in space around Enceladus. As you scroll down through these first three images, take special note of the evidence pointed out by the yellow arrows and their positioning on the left in each image.

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The main evidence in the above three images are the slightly elongated objects around Enceladus all oriented in the same direction in line from the image's lower right to the upper left. Note that most of these evidence objects are visually very dull and faint looking making them harder to see in this distant context view such as those within the blue boxes, so you'll need to look close to see them in these distant context images. On the other hand, note that a few others of the same objects are brighter to much brighter looking and very prominently glowing.

Note that the Cassini camera is moving further and further away from the Moon in sequence from the 1st through to the 3rd image. This means that, although it isn't immediately visually that apparent here, the Moon is visually getting progressively slightly smaller in the 1—3 image sequence.

Starting in the 1st image and scrolling down to the 2nd and then 3rd image in that order, note the position of the glowing elongated objects in space on the left and upper left of the Moon in each successive image relative to the moon pointed out by yellow arrows. Note how they appear to be moving from positions behind the Moon in the 1st image to further and further away from the Moon toward the upper left in the 2nd and 3rd images. At minimum this positioning evidence tells us that these elongated objects are not to be confused with camera or processing artifacts but are actually a number of quite real objects in positions further beyond and behind the Enceladus moon.

In understanding this, one might question whether these objects are moving away relative to the Moon under their own power or is the Moon's apparent shrinking size just revealing them more and more or both? If you will take a simple ruler and take measurements of the Moon's diameter on your monitor screen from the 1st to 3rd images, you will confirm that the Moon is visually diminishing in size in sequence from the 1st to 2nd to 3rd images verifying that the camera is moving away from the Moon. However, if you will measure the distance from the right edge of the Moon to the faint looking elongated evidence to the right in the blue boxes, you will confirm that the evidence there is moving progressively closer to the Moon.

Now imagine yourself sitting in the Cassini space craft looking forward. From that position, if the craft is in a gradual forward slow arc to its right at angle to Enceladus, the camera looking backward would see a diminishing Moon appearing to move away from the left field of evidence and closer to the right field of evidence. This is a possible scenario because Cassini is orbiting around Saturn passing by Enceladus multiple times. So, even though it isn't conclusive, this could theoretically explain the observations made above and negate the concept that the elongated objects are moving under their own power. In fact, they may or may not be, but the visual evidence here can't be conclusive in this regard.

However, these considerations do not negate the observation that these are real large objects in space beyond and behind Enceladus and are not to be confused with imaging artifacts. They may or may not be moving under their own power in relation to Enceladus but they are most definitely real objects the view of which has been partially blocked by Enceladus as evidenced by the fact that they are moving out from behind it and into view. Now let's take a closer look at some of the objects in the above context images within the blue box fields as follows.

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Note that all the above evidence objects viewed at 200% and 300% zoom factor are oriented in the same direction. The above upper 4th and 5th images demonstrate what the evidence in the above 1st context image's blue box looks like. The above 6th and 7th images demonstrate what the evidence in the above 2nd context image blue box looks like. Note that here the obviously same evidence is demonstrating some slight difference in shape and that this difference is shared by all apparently in sync with each other. Although I have not included images of it here, you should know that the evidence shape in the 3rd context image has returned back again to the straight smooth look.

These 4th—7th image sets suggest that this evidence may be able to manipulate its shape and fairly quickly since all these images were taken on the same day 11/1/2008. Not only that but this type of evidence can apparently generate a strong glow from mild to intense that appears to come from within and is not associated with sunlight reflectivity. I have not included closer views of the intense light emitting evidence here simply because image space is scarce in this report due to the large number of images, it adds little information, and you can see the light intensity of the evidence distantly in the above 1st, 2nd and 3rd context images.

Now below we are going to look at different image samples of more of this evidence drawn from other raw science data images of Enceladus and its surroundings as the Cassini craft is moving away from this moon but on a different earlier date. In these images the focus will be only on the objects alone and blown up to 200% and 300% respectively with no context imaging. There are others not shown but the ones I've included here are visually the best of the bunch clarity wise. All are strange looking. Note that all of the images of the evidence below were taken on the same day 10/10/2008 some 22 days before the images in the upper part of this report.

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The above 8th—15th images represent a sampling of more and different objects found in space immediately around the Saturn Moon Enceladus. They may be the same objects in different shape configurations or different objects all together or some of both, but it could be that many are the same objects in different shapes and configurations.

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PostTue Apr 29, 2014 6:39 pm » by -Marduk-


Secrets Of Saturns Strangest Moon

When the Voyager 2 spacecraft sped through the Saturnian system more than a quarter of a century ago, it came within 90,000 kilometers of the moon Enceladus.



Over the course of a few hours, its cameras returned a handful of images that confounded planetary scientists for years. Even by the diverse standards of Saturn's satellites, Enceladus was an outlier. Its icy surface was as white and bright as fresh snow, and whereas the other airless moons were heavily pocked with craters, Enceladus was mantled in places with extensive plains of smooth, uncratered terrain, a clear sign of past internally driven geologic activity. NASA's Cassini spacecraft tasted and sampled a surprising organic brew erupting in geyser-like fashion from Saturn's moon Enceladus during a close flyby on 12th March 2008. Scientists are amazed that this tiny moon is so active, "hot" and brimming with water vapor and organic chemicals.

New heat maps of the surface show higher temperatures than previously known in the south polar region, with hot tracks running the length of giant fissures. Additionally, scientists say the organics "taste and smell" like some of those found in a comet. The jets themselves harmlessly peppered Cassini, exerting measurable torque on the spacecraft, and providing an indirect measure of the plume density.
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PostWed Apr 30, 2014 12:19 am » by enigmas


-Marduk- wrote:Cassini Image N00153872

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N00153872.jpg was taken on May 18, 2010 and received on Earth May 18, 2010. The camera was pointing toward ENCELADUS at approximately 22,693 kilometers away, and the image was taken using the CL1 and CL2 filters. This image has not been validated or calibrated. A validated/calibrated image will be archived with the NASA Planetary Data System in 2011.
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/i ... 153872.jpg


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Cassini Image N00153871

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N00153871.jpg was taken on May 18, 2010 and received on Earth May 18, 2010. The camera was pointing toward ENCELADUS at approximately 22,293 kilometers away, and the image was taken using the CL1 and UV3 filters. This image has not been validated or calibrated. A validated/calibrated image will be archived with the NASA Planetary Data System in 2011.
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Awesome images...thanks for sharing those! Some fascinating anomalies around and on Enceladus....
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PostWed Apr 30, 2014 12:42 am » by enigmas


-Marduk- wrote:Secrets Of Saturns Strangest Moon

When the Voyager 2 spacecraft sped through the Saturnian system more than a quarter of a century ago, it came within 90,000 kilometers of the moon Enceladus.



Over the course of a few hours, its cameras returned a handful of images that confounded planetary scientists for years. Even by the diverse standards of Saturn's satellites, Enceladus was an outlier. Its icy surface was as white and bright as fresh snow, and whereas the other airless moons were heavily pocked with craters, Enceladus was mantled in places with extensive plains of smooth, uncratered terrain, a clear sign of past internally driven geologic activity. NASA's Cassini spacecraft tasted and sampled a surprising organic brew erupting in geyser-like fashion from Saturn's moon Enceladus during a close flyby on 12th March 2008. Scientists are amazed that this tiny moon is so active, "hot" and brimming with water vapor and organic chemicals.

New heat maps of the surface show higher temperatures than previously known in the south polar region, with hot tracks running the length of giant fissures. Additionally, scientists say the organics "taste and smell" like some of those found in a comet. The jets themselves harmlessly peppered Cassini, exerting measurable torque on the spacecraft, and providing an indirect measure of the plume density.


:flop: on the vids too...some great background info in those too...
About the pics , while I was perusing the NASA image catalog there were a lot of images taken consecutively over a short period of time and some objects do appear to change shape...which I found really interesting...
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PostWed Apr 30, 2014 1:24 am » by Clearized1


It would not surprise me @ all if there was life on Enceladus. We all know (I hope) what kind of environments extremophiles can survive in here on our own planet. Why would one think with as much water that is on this moon that it would not be possible. Are they advanced enough to be able to venture off of that moon?? That's the real question.
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