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Subject Final Pass Around Ceres
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Original Message "Dawn has been studying Ceres from orbits of different altitude. Higher altitudes are useful for seeing larger geologic features, closer ones are better for detailed examination. The first orbit was approximately 8,400 miles, then 2,700 miles, then 900 miles, and now it's in the process of lowering the orbital altitude to 235 miles. It has about 100 miles to go."

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Wheres all the Ceres News/Images?!

If its so damn close, can't they tell us more?
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