Iess’ group mapped the interior of Enceladus by looking at Doppler shifts as Cassini orbited the moon, thus tracking changing in the rocket’s speed due to gravitational changes. Results were reported April 4 in Science and summarized May 3, 2014 by sciencenews.org.
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