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    chose to write about the dwarf planet Ceres, according to Elizabeth Howell, (Space.com Contributor), “it was first discovered by Sicilian astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi on Jan. 1, 1801, in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, the closest dwarf planet to Earth.” [1] I took a huge interest in finding out more about this dwarf planet because the whole mystery of it containing water vapor on its surface can be believed to have its own atmosphere as well as its current research being done on it to study dwarf planets and learn more about them. As well as the bright spot locations seen on it that currently being studied,…

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    number reasonable? Or do they create a systematic definition, and change the status of Pluto? The latter option was chosen, prompting people everywhere to lament with nostalgia over the "loss" of a planet. But Pluto is still there, we just classify it differently. This is not the first time this has happened, either. For most of the 19th century, four asteroids (Ceres, Pallas, Juno and Vesta) were included in the ranks of planets, before being demoted, as well. The definitions of a planet and…

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    I attempted to call to my mother, Ceres, but it was pointless, she was never going to hear the startled cry of her beloved child. The pitiful cry would not have done much anyway, for the peculiar man who had just sprung from the hole in the ground leapt down from his chariot and scooped me right up. Off we galloped, and as we did, I cried and cried out again, hoping by some miracle my dearest mother would hear me and come to my rescue. He promised me flowers made of pearls and all the riches one…

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    Philly is known to be the most magical place of all. It's surrounded by thousands of healthy plants and majestic animals. Many large gardens have been planted but the most popular is “The Garden of Hope”. Right beside The Garden of Hope lies a golden palace. Mother Ceres and her gorgeous daughter, Proserpina, have lived there for many years. Proserpina is considered to be a very generous and forgiven person, which she inherited from her mother. She’s an attractive young lady with long silky…

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    Over the centuries Demeter, also known as Ceres, has many myths and stories about her and her family. She also has some beautiful poetry and paintings that modern poets and artists have tried to portray her emotions from her myth across to the reader and viewer. While the myths of Demeter and the poems are about a mother losing her daughter, the Hymn to Demeter and Ceres are focused a little bit on Zeus, Jove, making a deal with his brother to kidnap his daughter and allow him to marry her…

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    Proserpina, Zeus made an agreement in which Proserpina will spend some of the year with Ceres, her mother and goddess of the harvest, and some with Pluto. He is downcast and heartbroken when Proserpina is not with him, because he must live in his dark castle all alone. Pluto wanting to keep Proserpina with him forever, gives her elaborate gifts whenever she is with him in the Underworld. Despite his best attempts, none of the gifts will keep her with him. The sad truth is, a deal was made…

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    Vesta and Ceres. The dawn mission was a mission that was designed to travel to the center of the main asteroid belt to orbit and study two of the largest belt asteroid and those belt asteroids are Vesta and Ceres. Dawn was not only sent to study and understand the present states of Vesta and Ceres, and it was also sent there to understand the condition during when these two bodies were developing. There are measurement objectives that are set to understand these bodies like how the asteroids…

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    At this very moment, NASA’S Dawn Spacecraft is closing in on the dwarf planet Ceres, which meeks out its lonely existence out in the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter, that ring slowly spinning beyond the inner planets’ orbits, separating us from the gas giants, the oort cloud, and that vast emptiness beyond. However, Dawn’s approach of Ceres has already been so Chock Full of odd surprises that astronomers are unsure what to make of the dwarf planet. For starters, NASA aired a video last…

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    daughter to Ceres the goddess of harvest. As Proserpina was picking flowers in the garden with her playmates, Dis spotted her and felt smitten. He picked her up and carried her away. The reason for abducting her was that his love for her was very hasty. The goddess was worried and terrified and this made her cry out for help from her mother Ceres. Dis rushed off using his chariot and took the girl to a landlocked place in the middle of the Cyane and Pisaean pools (Ovid 1093). The area was the…

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    In the article Mission to the Lost Planet by Tim Folger, Folger tells us about how the belt between mars and Neptune has two gigantic asteroids named Ceres and Vesta, two asteroids that almost were formed into planets. Ceres is now considered a dwarf planet and Vesta has similar geological features that resemble Earth’s surface. Folger Begins to tell us about Marc Rayman who is a chief engineer for a NASA mission that launched a spacecraft known as Dawn into space to head towards both Ceres and…

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