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Sliced to Ribbons and Shot into Space by Jets of Ice and Vapor on Enceladus

Enceladus, one of Saturn's moons, is surrounded by a layer of ice, but this ice isn't frozen to the planet. Rather, it exists as a sort of atmosphere. Because jets of water spew through the ice from time to time, scientists theorize that a massive ocean covers the moon's surface. Sounds kinda cool. But also kind of like a death trap. Because the moon is littered with hydrothermal vents that spew water vapor and ice at about 800 miles per hour. If the ice shards don't rip you apart, the water vapor would send you spiraling into space.

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