Image: Cutaway showing what may be happening below Enceladus’ frozen exterior. Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Found at Wired, you can read Adam Mann’s article here.
The Cassini data suggests that the Enceladus ocean contains about the same mass as Lake Superior. But what it lacks in quantity, it makes up for in scale. The moon’s ocean is on average six miles deep, comparable to some of the deepest spots on our world’s oceans. Not bad for a tiny world dwarfed in size by our own.