The moon is more than 4.5 billion years old
384.405 kilometers away from Earth
The only celestial body on which man has set foot
Where leaps have been taken

The moon has a light side
An intimate friend when everything is dark
In Nordic summers, it hangs light as a feather over fjords,
cornfields and new love
Reassuring and calm

The moon has a dark side
With a mysterious pull
Control of ebb and tide and the creation of new life
Lunatic asylums

Enceladus, second nearest of the major moons of Saturn and the brightest of all its moons.
Enceladus is covered by an icy surface but is constantly venting its subsurface water out into space. Numerous geysers vapor hundreds of miles into space through cracks that seem clawed into the moon’s south polar region. The water comes presumably from a carbonate-rich subsurface ocean.
Enceladus is named after a giant in Greek mythology.
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