New Photos from Dawn Spacecraft Show "Suburb" Bright Spots Appearing on Ceres

 

 

Hi res view of Ceres bright  spots taken at an altitude of 4500 km.  Released June 6th

Hi res view of Ceres bright spots taken at an altitude of 4500 km. Released June 6th

Another shot of the bright spots taken by NASA on June 9th, altitude 4400 km.

Another shot of the bright spots taken by NASA on June 9th, altitude 4400 km.

Posting by Paul LaViolette

Also see previous posting on Ceres at: etheric.com/colonization-ceres-breakaway-civilization/

June 29, 2015 Update

A single remote viewing of Ceres conducted a month ago (so far uncorroborated by other viewers) indicates a presence of alien being colonizations on Ceres and on the celestial bodies near it.  It would be helpful to get input from other qualified remote viewers about the Ceres bright spots target.

June 15, 2015 Update

An image of the crater released by NASA on June 6th taken from an altitude of 4500 km shows the bright spots in even greater detail; see latest photo above.  The interpretation that we are viewing a planetoid based space city or mining colony continues to look even more probable.  Now, as many as 10 bright suburb specks appear to flank the main bright areas.  The eastern most "rectangular" bright area now appears to be resolving into three contiguous bright regions.  By August the probe will have images taken three times closer and by December it will view the crater from a distance of only 260 km, 17 times closer.

May 12, 2015, Updated May 22, 2015

Images released by NASA on May 16th resolves the eastern bright spot (right) into a main rectangular spot surrounded by four nearby satellite spots or "suburbs".  Also the main central bright spot is now seen to have a polygonal contour.  These new results considerably strengthen the notion of a planetoid settlement established by either a breakaway civilization or alien beings.

JPL scientists, however, still stick to their theory that these bright areas are spots of ice or other highly reflective material selectively deposited in these particular areas.  See for example the discussion at:  posting: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/05/12/nasa_spacecraft_shows_bright_spots_on_ceres_encompass_dwarf_planet/ or the quote by Christopher Russel at: http://www.cnet.com/news/weird-spots-on-dwarf-planet-ceres-start-to-come-into-focus/.  Some suggest that an ice rich comet crashed onto Ceres and that the water congealed into ice forming the observed bright spots.  However, with such a scenario one would expect the bright areas to each be circular and be surrounded by outgoing rays of debris as in the bright impact recently photographed on the Moon (see below).  The formations seen on Ceres strikingly do not fit this model and in fact have a distinctive unnatural appearance.  Also the ice theory does not explain why the main central bright spot appears cooler in infrared than the surrounding terrain and why the eastern spot community shows no distinctive difference from the surroundings in infrared.

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Impact crater on the Moon.

The new images of the bright spots on Ceres have a resolution of better than 1 km per pixel, which implies that the outlying suburb spots seen in the first photo have a size of somewhat less than 1 kilometer.  This seems quite plausible as a size for a "suburban" humanoid or alien settlement.  In all, the bright spots seen on Ceres have a distinctively complex morphology more reminiscent of civilization than of natural planetary formations.

Ceres imaged from an altitude of 13,600 km

Ceres imaged from an altitude of 13,600 km

 

NASA maintains that the surface of Ceres is speckled with similar bright areas.  But a glimpse at the 360° view gif movie they provide (posted below) shows only one other bright area on Ceres and this appears far dimmer than the bright areas seen within the equatorial crater.

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