Saturday, 9 July 2016

NASA's Dawn found ice-friendly craters mapped on dwarf planet 'Ceres'

Washington DC: The US space agency NASA's Dawn has identified ice-friendly craters mapped on the dwarf planet Ceres."The conditions on Ceres are right for accumulating deposits of water ice. Ceres has just enough mass to hold on to water molecules and the permanently shadowed regions we
identified are extremely cold - colder than most that exist on the moon or Mercury," as said by guest investigator Norbert Schorghofer of the University of Hawaii.

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