What could be this bright spot on the surface of Ceres captured by NASA?

Credit image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA/PSI
Credit image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA/PSI

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 13 March 2022, at 12:58 pm Los Angeles time

NASA has released some spectacular images of the dwarf planet Ceres from NASA-controlled Dawn spacecraft at the lowest altitude of the dwarf planet, Ceres.

The bright spots, especially the large patch, which can be clearly seen, aroused the interest of scientists and the general public. Dawn has been photographing them since 2015, taking lots of photos and sending lots of data to NASA. 

Well, we asked you a question: What can these spots be? And we think you have a lot of answers, but only one is real and confirmed by NASA. 

The spacecraft has discovered that the large, bright patch on the dwarf planet, but also the small ones, are considered by NASA to be salt deposits. NASA has confirmed this after much research. For the first time, they were considered alien cities, information denied by NASA. 

NASA's Dawn mission began in 2007 with its launch, reaching the dwarf planet Ceres in March 2015, and the mission ended in October 2018. 

Even though the mission is over, Dawn gave us a lot of information about Ceres and showed us clearly what these bright spots are. 

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