Linda Moulton Howe Wants to Know: -> WHERE ARE NEW IMAGES OF “BRIGHT SPOTS” ON PLUTO’S MOON CERES?

NASA-JPL Ceres Bright Spot - Photo enhanced by Robert D. Morningstar

 

A UFO Digest Special Report 

Linda Moulton Howe Wants to Know …

 

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WHERE ARE NEW IMAGES OF “BRIGHT SPOTS” 

ON PLUTO’S MOON -> CERES?

By Linda Moulton Howe
Principal Investigator
 
(Copyright, 2015, Linda Moutlon Howe – All Rights Reserved)
 
 
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On Tuesday, September 2nd, 2015, I discovered from the NASA/JPL Dawn Mission Principal Investigator of Ceres that all the new images of the dwarf planet’s “bright spots” from the most recent 915 mile-high mapping orbit reached a couple of weeks ago have been embargoed by the journal Nature.   
 
That means that the tax-paying public of the United States is being denied the right to see high resolution images of an enigmatic solar system body that we paid for!
 
So I thought maybe UFO Digest and Coast-to-Coast AM could link to my news report today about what I learned from Prof. Christopher Russell, Principal Investigator.  There is much discussion in this report about the strange white substance covering the bright spots in the Occator crater in the Ceres northern hemisphere that is still so puzzling.  Please note that infrared spectrometry has not confirmed EITHER ice or salt. So what is the white substance that was also there 11 years ago when Hubble photographed Ceres as a fuzzy bright spot at the Occator crater location, meaning whatever the bright substance is, it has persisted for 11 years!
 
Here’s my Earthfiles link:  
 
 
  Part 1: 

Where Are New Images of “Bright Spots”
On Ceres from Lower 915-Mile-High-Orbit? 

Click the link below for the Earthfiles report:

https://www.earthfiles.com/news.php?ID=2349&category=Science

 

The NASA Dawn spacecraft is in a new, lower mapping orbit of 915 miles above the dwarf planet’s surface, but an embargo by the journal Nature is preventing the release of new images taken closer to the Occator crater and its mysterious, persistent “bright spots.” 

The intriguing bright spots on Ceres lie in a crater named Occator, which is about
60 miles (90 km) across and 2 miles (4 km) deep. This image was generated from 
July 2015 NASA animation using earlier images and Dawn spacecraft data from 
2,700 miles altitude in which the vertical relief has been exaggerated by a factor 
of 5 to better highlight topography and subtle features. Credits: 
NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA/LPI

“We’re now getting data from the VIR spectrometer, and I got a report
back yesterday that all of the data over the bright spot was obtained … 
but the white substance is still unidentified.”

– Christopher Russell, Ph.D., Dawn Mission’s Principal Investigator, UCLA

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Linda Moulton Howe
Science/Environment Reporter and Editor
www.Earthfiles.com
and Investigative Reporter
 
September 3, 2015 
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Extra information about the article: 
UFO Investigator Linda Moulton Howe asks NASA-JPL principal investigator where are the low orbital photos of Ceres, and why is Nature blocking them?

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