What might we find in the oceans of the Moons of Saturn?

Aloha – We now know that there are ice covered oceans beneath the surface of both Ganymede (a personal favorite from the novel Farmer in the Sky by Robert Heinlein) and Enceladus.  Theories are abuzz that we might find microscopic or shrimp sized life forms in those seas.  But who knows, maybe there is more?  This photo is an actual photo, but here on Earth, of 5,000 year old ruins in the sea off the coast of Japan.  Maybe we’ll find similar ruins in those oceans.  Sounds like the makings of a good sequel of Salt of the Earth :o)  Doc



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