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An Insulating Layer of Gas Could Keep a Liquid Ocean Inside Pluto

23 May 2019, 20:34 UTC
An Insulating Layer of Gas Could Keep a Liquid Ocean Inside Pluto
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By Matt Williams

A new study led by Japanese researchers indicates that Pluto could have a subsurface ocean, provided there is an “insulating layer” beneath the ice.
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