Are those Cities and  Pyramids on the dwarf planet Ceres?

Wikepedia: Artist’s rendering of the Dawn Spacecraft


There is this space probe named Dawn, launched in space by NASA in September 2007.

A space probe is defined as a robotic spacecraft that leaves Earths orbit and explores space.

Dawns mission is to study two of the three known protoplanets of the asteroid belt, Vesta and Ceres. It is currently in orbit about its second target, the dwarf planet Ceres.

Dawn is the first spacecraft to orbit two extraterrestrial bodies,the first spacecraft to visit either Vesta or Ceres, and also the first to visit a dwarf planet, arriving at Ceres in March 2015.

Ceres is a dwarf planet that lies in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.

Interesting images taken by Dawn include:

Bright “Spot 5” Occator crater on Ceres, home to a collection of intriguing bright spots


Some people with creative imaginations have described these bright spots to be cities:

Another intriguing image taken by Dawn:

6 June 2015, Pyramid shaped mountain


Among the fascinating features on dwarf planet Ceres is this image above of an intriguing pyramid-shaped mountain protruding from a relatively smooth area. Scientists estimate that this structure rises about 3 miles (5 kilometers) above the surface.

Was this structure built by aliens? As it is said to look an awful lot like a pyramid.

The NASA scientists have described it as “intriguing.”

And those with creative imaginations went on to say the following:

A colorful animation below shows a simulated flight over the surface of dwarf planet Ceres, based on images from NASA’s Dawn spacecraft:

The movie shows Ceres in enhanced color, which helps to highlight subtle differences in the appearance of surface materials. Scientists believe areas with shades of blue contain younger, fresher material, including flows, pits and cracks.

The animated flight over Ceres emphasizes the most prominent craters, such as Occator, and the tall, conical mountain Ahuna Mons. Features on Ceres are named for earthly agricultural spirits, deities and festivals.


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