Dawn Closes In On Dwarf Planet Ceres’ Mystery Bright Spots

Credit: NASA
LOS ANGELES – NASA’s Dawn spacecraft is in "excellent condition" and on track to be captured into orbit on schedule by the dwarf planet Ceres in the early hours of March 6, says mission controllers at the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. The $473 million mission to Ceres...

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