Enceladus [en-SELL-ah-dus] is one of the innermost moons of Saturn.
This article is about the moon of Saturn; for the mythological giant, see Enceladus (mythology) .
Cassini to Make Closest Pass Yet over Enceladus South Pole
Is it Snowing Microbes on Enceladus? March 27, 2012: There's a tiny moon orbiting beyond Saturn's rings that's full of promise, and maybe -- just maybe -- microbes.
Enceladus [en-SELL-ah-dus] is one of the brightest objects in our solar system. Covered in water ice that reflects sunlight like freshly fallen snow, Enceladus reflects almost 100 percent of the sunlight that strikes it.