Life on Enceladus? Europe eyes astrobiology mission to Saturn ocean moon

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Europe could be heading to the Saturn moon Enceladus in search of life, according to a new report from planetary scientists who are masterminding a future large-class mission to the outer solar system.

The European Space Agency (ESA) is exercising considerable forward-thinking with its “Voyager 2050” program, which describes the scientific goals and missions for the middle of this century. Its overarching theme of “moons of the solar system” was chosen in 2021, and now an expert report has recommended that Enceladus should be the primary target.

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