Monday, 5 March 2012


NASA's Cassini space craft has detected a thin layer of oxygen around Saturn's icy moon, Dione. Although there's not enough oxygen for it to qualify as an atmosphere, it lends to the theory that the moons around the gas giants (Jupiter and Saturn). 

Even thought Dione cannot support due to the lack of liquid water, NASA is know looking more closely at the moons that do.

1 comment:

  1. Tag, you're it!

    ps. the last sentence in the first paragraph doesn't make sense...