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originally posted by: bobw927
And the powers that be are not letting go of that information.
Is this a darkside shot of ceres?
originally posted by: grey580
And what's this?
Just a rock?
It looks to me that it is in full shadow, just sayin.
originally posted by: Pylgrym
a reply to: grey580
That's a fascinating zoom of the smaller anomaly. It is not a crater, its raised. The shadow on the bottom indicates its height. The top end is illuminating, and reflecting off the surrounding landscape for quite a long distance, more than twice the length of itself. If they are simply reflections, they are amplified by some clear glass/crystal in the outer topside crust, I think.
originally posted by: weirdguy
Ok so back in 2004 Hubble also took a colour image of Ceres, it is NOT a dark object covered in soot at all!!
As for this image below, there is no gradient of light at all in the landscape. Whether the image is underexposed or darkened digitally, would there still be gradient of light with some really heavy black area. It looks to me that it is in full shadow, just sayin.