Ceres

Ceres

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Credit: FRIEDRICH SAURER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Ceres. Computer artwork of the dwarf planet Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt with a diameter of 950 kilometres. A dwarf planet is defined as an object large enough to be spherical due to its gravity, and with an independent orbit around the Sun (so not a satellite of a planet). A true planet has to dominate its orbit around the Sun. Ceres fails because it is one of many objects in the asteroid belt.

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Keywords: asteroid belt, astronomical, astronomy, ball, ceres, cosmology, dwarf planet, globe, planetary, planetary science, round, science, solar system, space, sphere, spherical

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