Could floating ice on a Saturn moon host alien life?

01/15/2013 | Space.com

Scientists previously did not believe ice could float on Titan's dense ethane and methane seas, however images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft have revealed chunks of ice floating on the surface. "One of the most intriguing questions about these lakes and seas is whether they might host an exotic form of life," said Jonathan Lunine of Cornell University, co-author of the study that reported on the findings.

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