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Dwarf planet Ceres is shown in these images from NASA’s Dawn spacecraft that…


NASA's Dawn spacecraft is getting humanity's best view yet of the tiny survivor from the solar system's earliest days. See what we know about the dwarf planet Ceres in this our infographic.


NASA's Dawn spacecraft obtained this image of the brightest spots on dwarf planet Ceres on June 6, 2015, from an altitude of 2,700 miles (4,400 kilometers). Image released June 10, 2015

from National Geographic News

Rare Pictures From the Dawn of NASA Spaceflight

Tethered to a spacecraft by cords wrapped in gold tape, astronaut Edward H. White floats over New Mexico during the Gemini 4 mission in June 1965—the first U.S. mission to include a spacewalk.

from Mail Online

Nasa's Dawn spacecraft reveals the geological past of Ceres

The 'lonely mountain' on Ceres is a giant THREE MILE HIGH ice volcano: Stunning images from Nasa's Dawn spacecraft reveal rich geology of dwarf planet

Giant asteroid Vesta obtained by NASA's Dawn spacecraft


Ceres' Haulani Crater is shown in these views from NASA's Dawn spacecraft…

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from Mashable

Spacecraft Orbits Protoplanet in Asteroid Belt, a First [INFOGRAPHIC]

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South Pole of Vesta. NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows the south pole of the giant asteroid Vesta. Scientists are discussing whether the circular structure originated by a collision, or by internal processes early in the asteroid's history. Images in higher resolution from Dawn's lowered orbit might help answer that question. The image was recorded by NASA's Dawn spacecraft from a distance of about 1,700 miles (2,700 kilometers). The image resolution is about 260 meters per pixel.