HOUSTON — NASA released its first images of the geyser-like spray emerging from the south pole of Saturn’s ice- and ocean-covered moon Enceladus on Oct. 30, two days after the Cassini mission spacecraft dashed through the spray at an altitude of just 30 mi. above the surface to gather ...

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