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What is flashing us from mysterious dwarf planet? Riddle of Ceres' spots deepens as probe finds ANOTHER flashing mark

 
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What is flashing us from mysterious dwarf planet? Riddle of Ceres' spots deepens as probe finds ANOTHER flashing mark
Not exactly sure how it could be the sun reflecting from ice when the angle of the sun is clearly too far to the left. Not to mention, how deep that crater appears to be. I'd imagine where the sun is shinning, would be casting quite the shadow down there.

"Ceres continues to baffle astronomers as the Dawn spacecraft gets closer to being captured into orbit around the dwarf planet.

The latest images, taken nearly 29,000 miles (46,000km) from Ceres, reveal that a bright 'alien' spot that stands out in previous images lies close to yet another bright area."

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Re: What is flashing us from mysterious dwarf planet? Riddle of Ceres' spots deepens as probe finds ANOTHER flashing mark
Relax.

It's one of;

1) Parallax

2) Pareidolia

3) Bad CCD pixels

agent"Nothin' to see here folks. Show's over. Move along, now. Nothin' to see here."
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Re: What is flashing us from mysterious dwarf planet? Riddle of Ceres' spots deepens as probe finds ANOTHER flashing mark
Relax.

It's one of;

1) Parallax

2) Pareidolia

3) Bad CCD pixels

agent"Nothin' to see here folks. Show's over. Move along, now. Nothin' to see here."
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i haven't ruled out swamp gas myself.
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Re: What is flashing us from mysterious dwarf planet? Riddle of Ceres' spots deepens as probe finds ANOTHER flashing mark
Relax.

It's one of;

1) Parallax

2) Pareidolia

3) Bad CCD pixels

agent"Nothin' to see here folks. Show's over. Move along, now. Nothin' to see here."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17353558


i haven't ruled out swamp gas myself.
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Ya never know!





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