Scientists discover ingredients for life on Saturn moon

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Scientists say there’s a place in our solar system outside of Earth that has the chemical make-up to potentially support life. Researchers found that Saturn’s sixth largest moon — Enceladus — has an ocean that contains phosphorus, which is found in human teeth, bones and DNA. CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood joins from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to discuss what’s next for scientists.

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