This is a draft of the article I wrote during our training for this contest. I still haven't received the final output.
In the midst of the stars and questionable alien life forms, orbiting the great Saturn in all its glory, is a sunlight-reflecting ball of ice. Cassini waves. Enceladus waves back.
NASA revealed pictures of Enceladus, Saturn's sixth largest moon. It's known to be one of the brightest objects in our solar system, reflecting huge amounts of sunlight that its surface temperature is cold in extreme lengths. Cassini-Huygens, an unmanned spacecraft sent to Saturn, was used in order to capture the images.
Measuring 500 kilometers or 310 miles in diameter, Enceladus is about tenth of Titan, Saturn's largest moon,
The terrain of this satellite shows variety as its features differ with one thing in common: ice.
It's suspected to be able to harbor life, due to the liquid water possibly hiding beneath its facade.
Maybe it can sustain life, maybe it can't. Nevertheless, this satellite is definitely bright, too bright that it can pull off being the sun's soulmate.
Enceladus grins with its bright surface, poses for Cassini, and waves again.
Sorry it's short and not that much. Honestly, I'm having a bad Writer's block and I just saw this in my notebook so I decided to publish it.