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  • Ceres Space Colony, from the video game Super Metroid
  • Geoffrey Fourmyle of Ceres, one of the identities of Gulliver Foyle, in the Alfred Bester book The Stars My Destination
  • The Ceres Ocean, in the alternate Earth of the Ace Combat video game series
  • Sailor Ceres, a.k.a. CereCere, a character in Sailor Moon
  • Seras Victoria, a character in the anime/manga Hellsing, of which an alternate romanization is "Ceres"


  • Ceres Storm (2000), a science fiction novel by American author David Herter


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  • Ceres Connection, a cooperative program between MIT's Lincoln Laboratory and the Society for Science and the Public dedicated for promoting science education
  • Ceres School, an historic school building located at Ceres in Allegany County, New York


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Sun, 05 Jul 2015 13:18:48 -0700

The closer we get to Ceres, the more perplexing the dwarf planet grows. NASA's Dawn spacecraft has found several more bright spots as well as a pyramid-like peak jutting out of the frigid world's surface.
Modesto Bee
Sun, 05 Jul 2015 12:02:02 -0700

Dawnalee Juanice Welch, 19, of Ceres was pronounced dead at the scene, Ceres police said. Police officers were dispatched to the crash scene at 2:45 a.m. Authorities said an unresponsive female was located underneath the overturned vehicle.

PBS NewsHour (blog)

PBS NewsHour (blog)
Wed, 01 Jul 2015 16:47:08 -0700

NASA's Dawn spacecraft set out in 2007 to explore Ceres and Vesta, the two largest objects in our solar system's asteroid belt. What has Dawn discovered so far? Judy Woodruff sits down with NewsHour's senior online editor Jenny Marder, who recently ...

Washington Post

Washington Post
Mon, 22 Jun 2015 07:12:49 -0700

Ceres, what even are those white spots? Why you gotta be so speckled and mysterious? In addition to bringing us ever-closer to the bright spots that speckle the dwarf planet Ceres, the newest images from NASA's Dawn spacecraft show a pyramid-shaped ...

Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science Monitor
Sun, 14 Jun 2015 07:26:15 -0700

"The bright spots in this configuration make Ceres unique from anything we've seen before in the solar system. The science team is working to understand their source," Dawn principal investigator Chris Russell of UCLA said in a statement. "Reflection ...
Next Big Future
Mon, 06 Jul 2015 17:56:15 -0700

Because of the versatility of Dawn's ion propulsion system and the flexibility of the mission's plan for exploring Ceres, there is no special "window" for starting or completing the spiral to the third mapping orbit. The plans for the third and fourth ...

Washington Post

Washington Post
Wed, 10 Jun 2015 07:26:15 -0700

We've all been itching to see more of the weird, bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres since NASA's Dawn spacecraft spotted them from a distance. What used to look like a little white cue sitting pretty on the planet has evolved into a smattering of ...

PBS NewsHour (blog)

PBS NewsHour (blog)
Wed, 24 Jun 2015 14:31:14 -0700

In December 2003, the Hubble Telescope spotted something peculiar on the surface of Ceres, a dwarf planet in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Hazy images revealed something bright and mysterious shining on the dark planet's surface, like ...

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