Will Ceres Continue to Refuse to Share its Galactic Bright Light Secrets?

Being concentrated in just one place and close to each other situated in what looks the best place in the entire area, one can’t but suspect that these bright lights are alien domes where the inhabitants of the Ceres   planetoid are residing together.

These might be a far fetched theory but if it’s true, no matter how those aliens may look what their size maybe, would be a cause for celebration. NASA would have fulfilled on its promise by then.

The entire episode was made more interesting by the presence of the bright spots. What was supposed to be an exploratory trip became highly sensational. How would you like this “Fairy Tale” to end. An alien life discovered would be a fitting ending, not less.

Dawn  has been continuously giving us an up close and personal peek at Ceres, the dwarf planet. A previous image sent back from the probe has given us our first look of the two shiny bright spots  which has caused great speculation in the past several months.

NASA has been on a quest in investigating these spots in the hope of acquiring knowledge about this planet.

Obviously, speculation over them abounded. Some scientists suggest they are  evidence of ice. Others contend that maybe they were metallic flecks in the planet’s surface. And a glimmer of hope was even born, that maybe the bright spots were evidence of an alien life form. Why not?

Currently, NASA officials are saying with regards to the  new images on Ceres’ craters that,  “The view shows numerous secondary craters, formed by the re-impact of debris strewn from larger impact sites. Smaller surface details like this are becoming visible with increasing clarity as Dawn spirals lower in its campaign to map Ceres.”

Adding further that, “The region shown here is located between 13 degrees and 51 degrees north latitude and 182 degrees and 228 degrees east longitude. The image has been projected onto a globe of Ceres, which accounts for the small notch of black at upper right.”

But, it is highly probable that the dwarf planet Ceres has a rocky and icy composition. Although, scientists believe that there is a possibility of a liquid ocean underneath the icy surface.

As the Herschel Space Observatory perceived water vapor plumes being emitted from the dwarf planet’s surface.  Furthermore, the Observatory deduced that these plumes may have been generated somewhere near those mysterious bright spots.


Image: http://stgist.com/

Source: http://www.piercepioneer.com/nasa-dawn-spacecraft-sheds-more-light-on-mysterious-dwarf-planet-ceres/41374



  1. Matthew Black says

    I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.

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