This image of Ceres from NASA's Dawn spacecraft approximates how the dwarf planet's colors would appear to the eye.
This map of Ceres made from images taken by NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows the locations of about 130 bright areas across the dwarf planet's surface highlighted in blue. Most of these bright areas are associated with craters.
The dwarf planet Ceres keeps looking better and better as a possible home for alien life.
Localized sources of water vapour on the dwarf planet (1)[thinsp]Ceres : Nature : Nature Publishing Group
We're About To Visit A Tiny Planet In The Asteroid Belt For The First Time - The Dawn arrives at Ceres - http://www.popsci.com/nasa-dawn-mission-to-visit-ceres-planet-in-the-asteroid-belt
The dwarf planet Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt, has been surprising scientists since it was first discovered. Now the latest discovery to come from the dwarf planet shows its surface is not as rich in carbon as observations had previously indicated.
Life's Building Blocks Found on Dwarf Planet Ceres
This image of the limb of dwarf planet Ceres shows a section of the northern hemisphere. Prominently featured is Occator Crater, home of Ceres' intriguing brightest areas.