Scientists found evidence of a possible life on Saturn's companion

Scientists found evidence of a possible life on Saturn's companion

An international team of scientists has discovered new evidence in favour of the theory of a possible life on one of Saturn's satellites, which is about Encelad, whose ocean researchers believe may contain phosphorous solution, an essential element for biological life. TASS writes about this with reference to China's Xinhua Agency.

Remember, phosphorous is a necessary component of bones, cell membranes and human DNA, as well as animals, and scientists first discovered hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and sulphur on Encelad, essential elements for life, but because of the lack of phosphorous, Saturn's satellite was considered uninhabited.

Now, a group of researchers led by Hao Jihua has created a model for the interaction between water and rocky rocks of the Encelad Ocean, which led to the assumption of phosphorus.

Scientists do not rule out that the ocean on Encelad could have existed for more than 100 million years.