Enceladus (oē-chheⁿ)

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Enceladus, Thó͘-chheⁿ tē 6 toā lia̍p ê oē-chheⁿ, William Herschel1789 nî hoat-kiàn ê.[1] Sui-bóng sè lia̍p, khiok-sī piáu-bīn ū bô siâng khoán ê piáu-hiān, ū í-chá lòng toā toā khang ê cheng-khut (impact crater), mā ū kīn-lâi siū tē-pang tín-tāng lâi chō-chiâⁿ ê sin tē-hêng. Enceladus ê lâm-ke̍k ē phùn gá-suh, piáu-bīn pí-kàu iū-koh siàu-liân-khoán, mā ū sio-khì ùi loē-pō͘ pàng chhut-lâi, tì-tio̍h bo̍k-chêng jīn-ûi sī tē-chit ū teh oa̍h-tāng ê thian-bûn-thé. Tī goā thài-iông-hē kan-taⁿ ū kî-thaⁿ 2 ê thian-bûn-thé (Bo̍k-chheⁿ ê Io kap Hái-ông-chheⁿ ê Triton) oân-ná ū koan-chhat tio̍h po̍k-hoat oa̍h-tāng. Kin-kù hun-sek, phùn--chhut-lâi ê gá-suh sī tùi piáu-bīn ē-bīn ê e̍k-thài chúi-thé lâi ê. [2] Enceladus ê piáu-bīn khàm 1 têng ùi choâⁿ-khang kap Thó͘-chheⁿ ê E khoân lâi ê lia̍p-mi̍h (particles), tì-tio̍h i ū Thài-iông-hē khoàⁿ--khí-lâi siōng kim-ku̍t ê piáu-bīn.[3]

Chham-khó chu-liāu[siu-kái]

  1. Planetary Body Names and Discoverers. Retrieved March 22, 2006.
  2. Cassini Images Of Enceladus Suggest Geysers Erupt Liquid Water At The Moon’s South Pole. Retrieved March 22, 2006.
  3. C. C. Porco et al., Science 311, 1393 (2006).


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