Spacecraft finds bright craters on Ceres
Ceres, the dwarf planet that lies between Jupiter and Mars, has some shiny features. NASA's Dawn space probe captured new images of bright craters on the dwarf planet, according to a report published Tuesday. The images were taken 240 miles from Ceres, the closet the spacecraft has come to the celestial body. At its lowest altitude yet, the probe has captured photos of the dwarf planet's strange bright spots.