NASA released new images of the bright spots on Ceres and astronomers still they don’t have a clue for their origin.
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Mystery ‘alien’ lights on Ceres, are seen closer than ever. Image from Dawn spacecraft confirm that Ceres ‘bright spots’ are a series of several smaller
Astronomers puzzled by ‘bright spots’ on surface of dwarf planet Ceres, as NASA’s Dawn spacecraft gets closer to being captured into orbit around the object.
After spending a year examining asteroid Vesta, Dawn NASA’s spacecraft is preparing to leave and head to the largest asteroid – dwarf planet Ceres, where
Astronomers created a catalog of ‘light-fingerprints’ to uncover the mysteries of exoplanets.
Earth harbors about 320 million cubic miles (1.3 billion cubic km) of water, which is nothing compared to the rest of our solar system.
Spotted by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, this peculiar conical lonely mountain on Ceres from a distance of 915 miles (1,470 kilometers), stands 4 miles (6 kilometers)
Dawn is a NASA spacecraft tasked with the exploration and study of the two largest members of the asteroid belt: Vesta and the dwarf planet,