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Record of Moment. Record to History. Record of Ejection.

Image credit: James Webb Space Telescope

#2023. W 28 D 1 GMT +08:00. Indicate #174 days to go in 2023. Thanks to James Webb Space Telescope, with the worlds apart, from the start inevitable collision, scientists finally got the record from the subsurface ocean of Enceladus. With the recorded moment, scientists also surprise by the ejection speed, which is around 300 liters per second. It will take more than a few hours to fill the Olympic pool. Geronimo Villanueva, the program’s lead researcher, mentioned, “I was extremely shocked by the discovery of an ejection exceeding the size of the satellite by more than 20 times.” Enceladus is the most exciting satellite of Saturn because its subsurface ocean of salt water is the most favorable place to live in the solar system after Mother Earth.