Explore the Dwarf Planet Ceres The asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter is a fascinating region of our solar system, containing millions of rocky and metallic objects. Among them, Ceres stands out as the largest and closest dwarf planet to Earth, with a diameter of about 590 miles (940 kilometers). Discovered in 1801 by Italian astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi, Ceres has captured the imagination of scientists and space enthusiasts alike, who have sent several missions to study its properties and history. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the brief history of missions to the asteroid belt and […]

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