Dawn, a NASA spacecraft, was dispatched on a recon mission to Ceres’ orbit to discover if there was any prospect of life in this system. What appeared to be simply another failed NASA mission brought up some astounding evidence to suggest otherwise.
As you can see, these two brilliant spots appeared fairly plainly in front of the camera lens, reflecting the light in an unusual and unnatural manner, to say the least.
Not only that, but three miles above the planet’s surface, what looked to be another odd pyramid-shaped mountain was located.
Could they be linked? NASA thought so, so it sent out Dawn once more to have a closer look at it. Dawn took even more photographs of the planet on May 11, 2015, going so far as to map nearly 2,700 kilometers of the planet’s surface.
This time, though, rather of clarifying anything, it made everything even odd. At least eight new spots appear to be visible in one of the planet’s brightest zones.
Although many people believe this is all ice or salt deposits, the vast majority of people believe differently.
This is because, in January of 2014, it was claimed that many emissions of water vapors sprang out of nowhere here, showing that life might exist here due to the existence of life in the first place.