Water on Ceres

The ESA’s Herschel Space Observatory has detected signs of water vapor being ejected from Ceres, the largest asteroid. The two plumes, which are in different regions of the asteroid, are probably sublimation of ice into clouds of vapor or ice volcanoes. Scientists have believed that Ceres might have water for more than thirty year, but this was the first proof.

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