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Chronogram

Chronogram
Sat, 01 Aug 2015 01:03:45 -0700

Since shortly after the demotion, Pluto has officially been minor planet (134340) Pluto, just like Ceres is really (1) Ceres and Chiron is really (2060) Chiron. Pluto missed its chance to be given the honorary designation (10000) Pluto; for a long time ...
 
The Planetary Society (blog)
Thu, 30 Jul 2015 10:15:00 -0700

Flying on a blue-green ray of xenon ions, Dawn is gracefully descending toward dwarf planet Ceres. Even as Dawn prepares for a sumptuous new feast in its next mapping orbit, scientists are continuing to delight in the delicacies Ceres has already served.
 
The Planetary Society (blog)
Tue, 21 Jul 2015 16:03:54 -0700

While Pluto deservedly stole the headlines last week, Chris Russell's Dawn update at the Exploration Science Forum at NASA Ames reminded us that the other dwarf planets are also sharing their secrets with eager scientists. As an eager scientist ...
 
The Planetary Society (blog)
Thu, 09 Jul 2015 14:29:19 -0700

With all the focus on Pluto it's hard to keep up with all the other space missions currently exploring other planets. Thanks to space enthusiast Olaf Frohn, we can take in all the space exploration activity at a glance: What's Up in the Solar System ...
 
The Planetary Society (blog)
Mon, 27 Jul 2015 10:18:16 -0700

Not only have we never seen a possible exposed core before it is time we have seen more of the large main belt asteroids as we seem to be spending a lot of time chasing little boulders apart from 1 Ceres and 4 Vesta. At least 21 Lutetia, 24 Ida, 253 ...

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The Planetary Society (blog)
Fri, 22 May 2015 15:07:28 -0700

Fantastic new images of Ceres continue to spill out of the Dawn mission, and armchair scientists all over the world are zooming into them, exploring them, and trying to solve the puzzles that they contain. It's tremendous fun to have the opportunity to ...

Sky & Telescope

Sky & Telescope
Tue, 03 Mar 2015 05:27:27 -0800

Incoming views of the asteroid belt's largest body reveal spots where ice from the interior might be exposed on the surface. NASA's Dawn spacecraft is just a few days from arriving at its second and final objective, asteroid 1 Ceres, on March 6th ...
 
The Planetary Society (blog)
Tue, 05 May 2015 10:26:54 -0700

Now that Dawn is in its science orbit at Ceres, the mission has been releasing new images every weekday! Here is a week's worth of views of Ceres, all of them taken from the first "rotation characterization" performed from the 13,500-kilometer science ...
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