Finally, closer and better pictures of Ceres

It's Crater-palooza on Dwarf Planet Ceres (New Photo)

Aloha – Dawn space probe has been relatively quiet as it has settled into orbit around Ceres, a dwarf planet and/or the largest asteroid in the Asteroid Belt.

There has been a lot of interest this week in the quantity of obvious hits that Ceres has taken, which actually seems logical to me based on its location with a belt of asteroids.

The reflective spots are back up in discussion but no knew facts available.  As I consider the reflective lights of Ceres in comparison to the dwarf planet of Demeter, it could well be the reflection of interstellar space craft that crashed during one of the battles between the PerSian and Sagittarian contenders for control of Orion’s Spur.*Version*=1&*entries*=0


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