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Scientists have confirmed that at least one body in our solar system, other than Earth, has a surface liquid lake.
Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus is "absolutely" a highlight of the Cassini mission and should be targeted in future searches for life, Robert H. Brown of The University of Arizona said last week. Enceladus's south pole is a hotbed of geological action. The south pole region is cut by parallel cracks roughly 81 miles long and 25 miles apart.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.