There is mounting evidence to suggest that on Enceladus ,one of Saturn’s moons, there is liquid water. According to study NASA’s researchers amount of water in gaseous form and in the form of ice on Enceladus is equally. Andrew Ingersoll, expert on the planets of the California Institute of Technology, think that this ratio is extremely difficult to get in the absence of matter in liquid state. Also In the ice crystals was detected content of sodium which again is unlikely in the case of asteroid activity of geysers. But have to say that there is nothing definite yet and researchers continue their studies and looking for evidences.