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Icy Saturn Moon May Be Covering a Salty Sea

By Nola Taylor Redd

Saturn's icy moon Enceladus conceals a salty ocean beneath its frozen surface, scientists now suspect.

Strange Galaxy Cluster Born From Huge Cosmic Crash

by SPACE.com Staff

A distant galaxy cluster was spawned by a huge cosmic smash-up of four different clusters, which lasted hundreds of millions of years, a new study suggests.

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