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Higher Resolution of Ceres' "Bright Spots" That Remain Unexplained
March 25, 2016
12:18 pm
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John Greenewald
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Remember this unexplained phenomena? NASA just released some new, high-resolution photos of Ceres and the unexplained "spot," and they are pretty amazing:
 

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December 16, 2017
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Perhaps the bright spots are caused by some kind of mineral. 

December 20, 2017
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Always a possibility -- but they are darn interesting to look at! I mean, you'd think if this was common for reflection to occur off minerals (or something glows naturally for whatever reason) we would see it quite a bit. 

But... we don't. So, it makes you wonder what it is so rare about this specific locale. 

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December 18, 2017
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wow must be pretty bright these light spots, - doesnt mars have similar features of this in the photo with light shooting out of the suface, the rover footage has this,

I mean if pictures could be taken on mars at night time above like this photo we might see light just under a surface area before it shoots out ?  or not '   

looks spooky all the same...

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