The Ceres Lights & Occator Crater Up Close And Amazing

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The NASA Dawn Mission has outdone themselves with the latest images from the Dwarf Planet Ceres.  The mission has sent back some of the most stunning images of the Occator crater and the "Mysterious Lights" that are all around the crater.  To this day scientists are still trying to figure out what makes them "tick".  They seem to be changing brightness and various locations according to reports out on the internet.  I have blown up some various spots and done some enhancing so you search them for yourself.   Below I have linked the originals as well as the enhanced versions for your viewing pleasure!  Next up will be the amazing Ahuna Mons or what NASA calls "Little Mountain".  Let us know what you think these lights are!  I am sure stumped. 

Just like most Anomaly images there is always a lot of people who come and watch and have already judged the video before even watching.  I ask you to please open your mind and watch the following video and view the enhanced versions of each anomaly below before rendering judgment!

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA

YouTube User:  WhatsUpInTheSky37

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Wow.  The Occator Crater images released by NASA in the last week have been absolutely amazing.  I sit and ramble on for 30 minutes here and could have gone 30 hours.  I didn't even know where to start or where to end.  I want you to download these images and check out the enhanced ones from the website and let me know what the heck you think these things are?!  They look to be draped over the rock and geometry inside and all around the Occator Crater!  Absolutely Amazing times we live in people.  There is a ton of data coming back from the mission and I cannot wait until it is dumped into the Planetary Database System!  Much love to all and enjoy!

Links to the Images:

http://dawn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/image-detail.html?id=PIA20350

http://dawn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/image-detail.html?id=PIA20355

WUITS Enhanced Images:


Full Enhanced Image: (46MB File PNG- Large)


Thank you for taking your time to read this article and even if you do not agree with my findings I still hope that you enjoyed the video!  A thank you is also in store to everyone who has helped with the spacial images and has spent their time researching these taboo subjects so we can all move forward with more information and understanding.  If you have a space image or something else related that you would like analyzed feel free to email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit http://www.whatsupinthesky.com for more contact information and more space anomalies. 

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Todd did a great job reworking these images from the .img and .lbl files over at the PDS.  I am sure someone has found this before but it was new to me for sure.  I didn't know what to call this video!  Best sand castle on Mars?   There are so many what look to be manufactured items on these two images that they were totally worth a video if you ask me!  I am trying to bring you all the best and boy do we have a couple saved up for you!  Much love to everyone as I have been busy with work and around the house and haven't had time to put as many videos as I want out.  I am going to bring the stuff that I really enjoy for now and this year after the new year I will be back to where I can publish more!   So what did I miss on here?  I have a bunch of great enhanced images on the article for this one.

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