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For a long time, our view of Ceres was fuzzy, said Scott King, a geoscientist in the Virginia Tech College of Science. A dwarf planet and the largest body found in the asteroid belt—the region between ...

Modeling reveals how dwarf planet Ceres powers unexpected geologic activity

Ceres, a dwarf planet and the largest body found in the asteroid belt, the region between Jupiter and Mars, speckled with hundreds of thousands of asteroids, Ceres had no distinguishable surface features .Ceres, a dwarf planet and the largest body found in the asteroid belt, the region between Jupiter and Mars, speckled with hundreds of thousands of asteroids, Ceres had no distinguishable surface features .

Ceres, the largest body found in the asteroid belt, drives unexpected geologic activity | Tech News

To be fair, that's how regular-sized planets do it, too!To be fair, that's how regular-sized planets do it, too!

Dwarf planet Ceres powers its geological activity using radioactive materials below its crust