Mystery Of Ceres’ Atmosphere May Be Solved

Credit: Ceres crater: NASA
HOUSTON—Scientists may have unraveled a not-so-obvious explanation for the thin atmosphere that seems to come and go from Ceres, the largest of the Solar System’s main belt asteroids. Ceres orbits the Sun between Mars and Jupiter and has been the focus of NASA’s Dawn mission spacecraft since March...

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