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21.08.2015 - Dawn Survey Orbit image 52 (PIA19629)


This image, taken by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, features a tall mountain on Ceres that is 4 miles (6 kilometers) high – among the tallest features seen on Ceres to date.
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25.08.2015 - The Lonely Mountain (PIA19631)


NASA's Dawn spacecraft spotted this tall, conical mountain on Ceres from a distance of 915 miles (1,470 kilometers). The mountain, located in the southern hemisphere, stands 4 miles (6 kilometers) hig...
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24.11.2015 - Dawn HAMO image 65 (PIA20128)


The terraced rim of the large crater named Urvara can be seen at the upper left in this view from Ceres. Urvara is 106 miles (170 kilometers) wide.
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10.02.2016 - Dawn LAMO image 24 (PIA20314)


This image, taken by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, shows the heavily cratered rim of an older, unnamed impact feature on Ceres. The crater density is almost the same inside and outside, and the crater's wal...
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27.01.2016 - Dawn LAMO image 14 (PIA20304)


This moody scene from NASA's Dawn spacecraft captures a portion of the southern hemisphere of Ceres. The image is centered at approximately 64 degrees south latitude, 291 degrees east longitude.
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19.01.2016 - Dawn LAMO image 8 (PIA20298)


Flecks of bright material can be seen in this image of Ceres, taken by NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The view is centered at approximately 13.7 degrees north latitude, 144 degrees east longitude. Dawn took ...
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20.01.2016 - Dawn LAMO image 9 (PIA20299)


This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft captures gently curving canyons amid cratered plains on Ceres. The image is centered at approximately 31 degrees south latitude, 259 degrees east longitude, just ...
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22.01.2016 - Dawn LAMO image 11 (PIA20301)


This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft captures a portion of the southern hemisphere of Ceres. The image is centered at approximately 46 degrees south latitude, 101 degrees east longitude. Dawn capture...
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25.01.2016 - Dawn LAMO image 12 (PIA20302)


This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft captures a portion of the northern hemisphere of Ceres. Bright material can be seen in the wall of the large crater at upper right. The image is centered at appro...
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01.02.2016 - Dawn LAMO image 17 (PIA20307)


This view from NASA's Dawn spacecraft captures the northern rim of Toharu Crater on Ceres. Dawn previously imaged a larger portion of Toharu from its higher-altitude mapping orbit (see PIA20143).
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