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Dwarf Planet Ceres

Dwarf Planet Ceres, the largest object in the Asteroid belt which contains billions of asteroids ranging from Ceres to the smallest the size of grains. circl...

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EarthSky

EarthSky
Sat, 06 Dec 2014 04:15:06 -0800

Here, the 976-kilometer-wide / 606-mile-wide main belt asteroid / protoplanet / dwarf planet 1 Ceres is seen by the approaching Dawn spacecraft from a distance of 1.2 million kilometers / 745,000 miles, on December 1, 2014. Dawn begins its approach ...

Daily Mail

Daily Mail
Fri, 12 Dec 2014 06:49:39 -0800

'Soon it will reveal myriad secrets Ceres has held since the dawn of the solar system.' The image was taken as part of a final calibration of the science camera before Dawn's arrival. On December 1, Ceres was about nine pixels in diameter - nearly ...
 
Universe Today
Mon, 01 Dec 2014 07:27:32 -0800

1, Ceres will be about nine pixels in diameter, nearly perfect for this calibration.” The Dawn spacecraft's first image of Ceres, taken July 20, 2010. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MPS/DLR/IDA. This isn't the first picture of Ceres by Dawn — not by a long ...

EarthSky

EarthSky
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 08:51:05 -0800

1, Ceres will be about nine pixels in diameter, nearly perfect for this calibration. The images will provide data on very subtle optical properties of the camera that scientists will use when they analyze and interpret the details of some of the ...
 
The Planetary Society (blog)
Fri, 05 Dec 2014 12:48:56 -0800

Topics: pretty pictures, mission status, asteroids, Dawn, asteroid 1 Ceres. Okay, so the fact that Ceres is round is not news. It's still thrilling to see Ceres begin to come into focus as a round world. This first image shows the full size of Dawn's ...

Raumfahrer.net

Raumfahrer.net
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 12:48:45 -0800

Bereits Anfang März 2015 wird DAWN ihr zweites und letztes Reiseziel, den ebenfalls im Haupt-Asteroidengürtel gelegenen Zwergplaneten (1) Ceres, erreichen und auch dieses größte und zugleich massereichste Objekt im Asteroiden-Hauptgürtel aus ...
 
Spektrum der Wissenschaft (Abonnement)
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 02:12:52 -0800

Rund 1,2 Millionen Kilometer, etwa die dreifache Distanz Erde – Mond, trennten die US-Raumsonde Dawn von ihrem Zielobjekt, dem Zwergplaneten (1) Ceres, als ihr am 1. Dezember 2014 dieses Aufnahme gelang. Sie zeigt als erstes Raumsondenbild ...

Sci-News.com

Discovery News
Wed, 22 Jan 2014 10:42:01 -0800

Astronomers analyzing data from the now defunct Herschel infrared space observatory have made a huge discovery deep inside the asteroid belt. Dwarf planet Ceres, the largest body in the region, is generating plumes of water vapor. PHOTOS: Herschel's ...
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