- It's possible Europa or Enceladus, two moons in our solar system, could support life, NASA announced
- The two moons are ocean worlds and support key ingredients for life as we know it
- The Europa Clipper mission will launch in the 2020s to explore that moon in detail
(CNN)NASA has new evidence that the most likely places to find life beyond Earth are Jupiter's moon Europa or Saturn's moon Enceladus. In terms of potential habitability, Enceladus particularly has almost all of the key ingredients for life as we know it, researchers said.