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Water on Dwarf Planet Ceres Is Driving an Active Surface...

phxbillcee 9 Mar 15

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Interesting that Ceres likely formed a lot further out in the solar syrtem, makes me wonder what kind of cosmic billards caused it to end up circling the sun in the astroid belt.

I hear things were real busy back when! LOL

@phxbillcee I blame it on Jupiter, that planet never could mind its own business.

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