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Huge Ice Volcanoes take place on Ceres Every Year

Huge Ice Volcanoes take place on Ceres Every Year

Researchers from the University of Arizona solved the mystery about the missing mountains of Ceres. Giuseppe Piazzi of the Palermo Astronomical Observatory was the name behind the discovery of Ceres, the first asteroid ever located by astronomers. He made this historic detection on 1st January 1801. At the time of this finding, Ceres was given…

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It is Possible that Pluto may contain a layer of Carbon Beneath its Crust

It is Possible that Pluto may contain a layer of Carbon Beneath its Crust

Pluto has a 100-kilometer layer of Carbon beneath its crust, scientists say There is a consensus among scientists on calling Pluto a ‘Dwarf Planet’. It is located in Kuiper belt (a ring of bodies beyond Neptune). At the time of its discovery, it was given the status of a planet but this changed later when…

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NEW PLANED DISCOVERED AT THE EDGE OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM

NEW PLANED DISCOVERED AT THE EDGE OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM

Astronomers discovered a new planetary object at the edge of our Solar System and they named it Dee Dee (Distant Dwarf). The Mystrious object was discovered on 2016 but then we didn’t knew nothing about it’s physical structure. But now, Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) brought new data about this object which is much bigger…

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