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Intense X-rays sculpt Thor’s neon-hued helmet 


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The increased seismicity is likely due to changes in the way oil and gas are produced. 


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Ceres may appear to be a drab, grey world, but new infrared images suggest there is more to the dwarf planet than first thought. The latest images are the closest taken yet, and suggest that the icy body was likely once fully active. Images taken using blue (440 nanometers), green (550 nanometers) and infrared (920 nanometers) spectral filters were combined to create the map 


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Captured by the Dawn probe from 28,000 miles (45,000km) away, the images reveal that two mysterious bright flashes on the surface have different thermal properties. The upper trio is Region 1 at visible, infrared and thermal infrared wavelengths. At thermal infrared, the spot is dark - meaning it is colder than its surroundings. The lower trio represent Region 5. In thermal infrared, the spot disappears 
Dawn observed Ceres completing one full rotation, which lasted about nine hours. The images show the full range of different crater shapes that can be found at Ceres' surface: from shallow, flattish craters to those with peaks at their centers 
 
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The 'alien' mark can be clearly seen in images the icy world as the Dawn probe hurtled its way towards a rendezvous on March 6 
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