A new image created from the maps of the surface of dwarf Ceres revealed a close look at the different properties in this world, where NASA’s Dawn spacecraft reached the dwarf planet in 2015, making it the first to visit an object of this kind.
According to the Daily Mail, a glacial glacier on the dwarf planet is emerging in the latest NASA image, but experts suspect it could be evidence of a muddy bubble from the depths of the planet that froze after the surface penetrated.
The joint image was created this week using surface maps captured in 2016. NASA says the mountain, Ahona Mons, is the largest mountain on the largest known asteroid in our solar system. The dwarf planet Ceres is located in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
The space agency has confirmed that the unusual mountain is unlike anything humanity has ever seen. NASA interprets it through a new hypothesis based on many gravitational measurements, indicating that a mud bubble rose from the depth of the dwarf planet and flowed across the ice at a weak point Rich in salt inverter then frozen.