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Hints of life on Saturn's moon

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Scientists reveal they've found evidence of life on Saturn's largest moon, Titan. New data from the Cassini spacecraft show hydrogen depletion near the moon's surface and an unexpected lack of the organic molecule acetylene in the atmosphere, leading researchers to believe microbes may be consuming them. NASA's Chris McKay proposed such a theory in 2005. Still, scientists emphasize the findings are not proof of life... yet. More at New Scientist.

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