NASA's "Cassini" Saturn has recently become the focus of attention. But the agency's "dawn" detector still continues to observe the smallest dwarf planets and mdash in the solar system; Ceres. According to foreign media reports, NASA on Tuesday released a new animation, showing the rotation of the god of God, and its mysterious highlights above the particularly interesting.
The dawn was captured on April 29th using images that were about 12,000 miles (about 19312 kilometers) from the dwarf planet.
NASA points out that the increase in bright spot brightness is related to the size of the grain on the surface of the dwarf planet and the porosity of these materials. Researchers are analyzing the data collected by the dawn & rdquo; detector.
"Dawn No." detector launched in September 2007, recently encountered several technical problems. But NASA reports that the detector is still & ldquo; healthy? & Rdquo ;.