According to new research, there’s water everywhere on the dwarf planet Ceres. The latest observations show evidence that there is water which has become frozen ice on the surface as well as the shallow subsurface of the asteroid.
Planet Ceres is one of the largest dwarf planets orbiting the asteroid belt between planets Jupiter and Mars. Researchers are studying every bit of the planet in hopes of under covering more about the solar system. One of the ways to do it is to study Ceres’ craters. Yet, these appear to be missing.