Huge jets of water ice that rise thousands of kilometers above the surface. Undoubtedly, one of the greatest wonders of the Solar System.
The powerful gravitational force of Saturn heats the interior of the small moon, making possible the existence of an inner ocean of liquid water. When the water is expelled to the outside, when it contacts the space vacuum it vaporizes and explodes, forming the geysers. Immediately the vapor is frozen again, falling in the form of snowflakes.
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