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Ceres Rolled Over at Some Point in the Past

According to a new study from the Planetary Science Institute, Ceres poles reoriented sometime in the past, which bolsters the…

1 year ago

Astro Challenge: Spotting 4 Vesta at its Best for Decades

Up for a challenge? Planetary action is certainly heating up this summer: Jupiter passed opposition last month, Saturn does so…

2 years ago

New Study Sheds Light on How Earth and Mars Formed

A new study by researchers from the University of Bristol has shed new light on how the planets like Earth…

2 years ago

Dawn Probe Finds Evidence of Subsurface Ice on Vesta

A new study from the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, with the support of NASA, has found evidence of subsurface…

2 years ago

How Far is the Asteroid Belt from the Sun?

The Asteroid Belt, which rests between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, orbits our Sun at a distance of 3.2…

3 years ago

How Long Does it Take to get to the Asteroid Belt?

Just how long would it take to get to the Asteroid Belt, in the event that we want to start…

3 years ago

How Do We Terraform Ceres?

It is possible that we could someday transform Ceres, the largest object in the Asteroid Belt, to make it friendly…

4 years ago

Dawn Just Wants To Make All The Other Probes Look Bad

The team in charge of NASA's Dawn mission have asked to extend the spacecraft's journey to a third destination.

4 years ago

Weekly Space Hangout – Apr. 8, 2016: Space News Roundup

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Guests: Kimberly Cartier (@AstroKimCartier ) Morgan Rehnberg ( / @MorganRehnberg ) Dave Dickinson ( / @astroguyz)…

4 years ago

Dawn Starts Steep Descent to Most Dazzling Orbit of Ceres

The most dazzling views ever seen of dwarf planet Ceres and its mysterious bright spots are what’s on tap by…

4 years ago