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Planetary science: Ocean on another of Saturn's moons

Like its neighbours Titan and Enceladus, Saturn's moon Dione may harbour an ocean beneath its icy surface.Mikael Beuthe and his colleagues at the Royal Observatory of Belgium in Brussels studied data collected from Enceladus and Dione by NASA's Cassini spacecraft. They looked for small
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