The saltwater reservoir just discovered on Dwarf Planet Ceres, is about 25 miles (40 kilometers) deep and hundreds of miles wide.
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The unusual mountain Ahuna Mons is the largest mountain on the largest known asteroid in our Solar System, Ceres.
New stunning high-resolution images from NASA’s Dawn spacecraft of Ceres’ mystery bright spots.
NASA’s Dawn mission reveals that dwarf planet Ceres hosts an unexpectedly young cryovolcano that formed with the past billion years.
A new puzzle to scientists: Ceres’ lack of giant impact basins.
The mystery continues. New observations made using the HARPS spectrograph at ESO’s La Silla Observatory in Chile, have revealed unexpected changes in the bright spots
Take a flight over the ‘alien spots’ of dwarf planet Ceres, in this video made with images from NASA’s Dawn spacecraft…
Astronomers have finally found from what the mysterious bright spots on Ceres are made of. Take a look at the video…
First topographical maps of Ceres unveiled by NASA, showing the alien lights of Occator crater and scientists still don’t know what the bright spots are.
Nobody can tell what are the mysterious glowing spots on Ceres. Now you can tour the weird dwarf planet’s bright spots and a pyramid-shaped mountain,