NASA's Dawn spacecraft spotted weird spots on the surface of Ceres. Ceres is the largest known object in the asteroid belt.
NASA announced in a press release that some organic materials were discovered on the dwarf planet Ceres. Although further study is required to determine what kind of organic molecule was discovered.
Lone ice volcano in the dwarf planet Ceres might actually have neighbors that progressively disappeared over millions of years.
Scientists have discovered that Ceres, one of the solar system's dwarf planets, actually has water ice all over its craters. This new discovery has shed light to some of the solar system's mysteries and may be one of the considerations for future interplanetary migration.
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.
Scientists discovered that the dark and shadowy dwarf planet Ceres has water ice on its surface. This makes the Ceres an icy body found in the asteroid belt.
NASA scientists has revealed that Ceres, a dwarf planet located between Mars and Jupiter, has lots of water deposits on its icy surface.
NASA released high-resolution images of Ceres where a bright spot was seen. Scientists say that the bright spot was caused by solidified briny liquid from beneath the dwarf planet.
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft has photographed a new dramatic view of the dwarf planet Ceres, capturing its central bright region.
During its orbit, NASA’s Dawn spacecraft spotted what is likely to be an inactive volcano on the surface of dwarf planet Ceres. This planet is also the largest object found between Jupiter and Mars. What is it about the volcano on the dwarf planet that makes the discovery surprising?
Scientists found jumbled icy and rocky zones in dwarf planet Ceres’ interior, suggesting that the planet may be warmer inside
The DAWN spacecraft discovered that the dwarf planet Ceres is missing massive craters that are supposed to be there.
Scientists identified permanently shadowed region in dwarf planet Ceres for the first time.
NASA scientists have decided that the Dawn spacecraft will be more useful if it stays on dwarf planet Ceres than a flyby on a mysterious object in the asteroid belt.