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After 11 years, NASA’s asteroid-hopping spacecraft is running out of fuel
Here are some highlights from its journey
On Ceres, water ice survives just below the surface, and in the darkest craters
Water, water, everywhere (but especially around the poles)
Fly Over The Dwarf Planet Ceres In NASA’s Stunning Animation
Now in enhanced color!
These Are The Best Photos Of Ceres We’ve Ever Seen
The Dawn spacecraft has just moved in for a closer look at the dwarf planet
Behold, The First Atlas Of Ceres
Pluto’s favorite sister, mapped
Ceres’ Mountains And Craters Now Have Names
Just in case you get lost in the Asteroid Belt
Dawn Catches A Glimpse Of Ceres’ North Pole
The spacecraft is finally leaving the asteroid's dark side. Let the science begin!
What’s Next For The Dawn Mission?
An interview with Keri Bean, NASA engineer and R2D2's best friend
Why Are There No Close-Ups Of Ceres Yet?
Blame it on the dark side
For The First Time, A Manmade Spacecraft Is Orbiting A Dwarf Planet
Welcome to Ceres