NASA Captures Best Photo yet of Strange Lights on Dwarf Planet Ceres

NASA's Dawn spacecraft has done it again. The prolific probe has captured its best image yet of the strange bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres.
The new image shows off the reflective spots seen in one of Ceres' many craters by Dawn earlier in the probe's mission.
They know that the patches are caused by some kind of "highly reflective material" on the surface of the dwarf planet, and it could be frozen water, Dawn principal investigator Christopher Russell has said.