SS: nasa release new data on the saturn moon enceladus about the detection of salt water being ejected from the south pole of the moon .. well we know something about these moons . they are from the protostar “time zone” and these objects have radioactive cores with icy shells.

SS: what is going on with this moon is being heated externally and internally .. it is being heated externally by a magnetic connection to saturn that is also effecting the radioactive core of the moon internally causing a production of salt water inside the moon .

SS: this is interesting because my planetary formation theory i think that all planets start out as a ice globe ( etheric ) with a radioactive core ( astral ) and that the water, land, and life start to form after the protostar ignites and begins to heat these icy globes and these radioactive cores sometimes become magma cores ..

SUN AND MOON ENGENDER MERCURY VIA SULPHUR AND SALT  — PARACELSUS ” The main substances are salt, sulphur, and mercury. In the chapter I have already drawn attention to the alchemy of the three principals. ” — The Magic Flute By Matheus Berk

Cassini Captures Ocean-Like Spray at Saturn Moon June 22, 2011 PASADENA, Calif. – NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has discovered the best evidence yet for a large-scale saltwater reservoir beneath the icy crust of Saturn’s moon Enceladus. The data came from the spacecraft’s direct analysis of salt-rich ice grains close to the jets ejected from the moon.

Data from Cassini’s cosmic dust analyzer show the grains expelled from fissures, known as tiger stripes, are relatively small and predominantly low in salt far away from the moon. But closer to the moon’s surface, Cassini found that relatively large grains rich with sodium and potassium dominate the plumes. The salt-rich particles have an “ocean-like” composition and indicate that most, if not all, of the expelled ice and water vapor comes from the evaporation of liquid salt water. The findings appear in this week’s issue of the journal Nature.

Aha! Icy moon ‘rain’ creates the water on Saturn 7/27/2011  An icy moon around Saturn is showering rain water onto its home planet, creating a vast halo of water vapor around the ringed world, a new study finds. The discovery means that Enceladus, Saturn’s sixth-largest moon, is the only moon in the solar system known to influence the chemical composition of its parent planet, researchers said. It also solves a 14-year mystery that had scientists puzzled over the source of the water in Saturn’s upper atmosphere.

Enceladus has a frigid, icy surface but an active interior, particularly at its south pole. In this dynamic region, geothermal activity is concentrated at four trenches that are dubbed “tiger stripes,” because of their distinctive surface markings. These fissures, which measure about 80 miles long and 1.2 miles wide, form icy geysers that spew plumes of water vapor into space. Enceladus expels roughly 550 pounds of water vapor every second through its tiger stripe jets.

A crescent Enceladus, imaged from the night side, shows off its spectacular water ice plumes emanating from the south polar region of this moon of Saturn. Lit terrain seen here is on trailing hemisphere of Enceladus (504 kilometers, or 313 miles across). North is up. Image credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

Dramatic plumes, both large and small, spray water ice out from many locations along the famed “tiger stripes” near the south pole of Saturn’s moon Enceladus. The tiger stripes are fissures that spray icy particles, water vapor and organic compounds. Image credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

This image was taken on February 20, 2012 and received on Earth February 21, 2012. The camera was pointing toward ENCELADUS at approximately 134,167 kilometers away, and the image was taken using the CL1 and CL2 filters. This image has not been validated or calibrated. A validated/calibrated image will be archived with the NASA Planetary Data System in 2013. Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

This image was taken on February 20, 2012 and received on Earth February 21, 2012. The camera was pointing toward ENCELADUS at approximately 376,654 kilometers away, and the image was taken using the CL1 and CL2 filters. This image has not been validated or calibrated. A validated/calibrated image will be archived with the NASA Planetary Data System in 2013. Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute