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Two-Mile High Tower On The Dwarf Planet Ceres

Two-Mile High Tower On The Dwarf Planet Ceres

In 2017 Scott C wearing discovered an alleged two-mile high tower on the dwarf planet Ceres. Let's dive deeper into the claim now. Ceres is the largest object or a dwarf planet in the asteroid belt that is between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter but yes it it slightly closer to Mars's orbit. Where Ceres is the largest of the asteroids, Ceres is also the only unambiguous dwarf planet inside Neptune's orbit. As per IAU (International Astronomical Union), It is the 33rd largest known body in the solar system, but what was found in this official NASA photo is quite shocking. This bizarre tower. 

Two-Mile High Tower On The Dwarf Planet Ceres

Now the tower on planet ceres is not the only weird thing about the story what is almost as strange as the tower is. The fact that it is extremely close to the crater where bizarre white spots are seen. It's incredible how easily you can see the towers detail but what is it some kind of alien radio tower? A structure used for another purpose or something natural? That just can't be explained right now.
Scott C wearing also pointed out in his report that the bright spots have suddenly changed shape saying that they now have a U shape to them.
Here is a photo of them that was released back in September of 2015

Two-Mile High Tower On The Dwarf Planet Ceres

And here is what they looked like back in 2017.

Two-Mile High Tower On The Dwarf Planet Ceres

Is this something that should be explained by NASA or is it nothing at all. Before you come to your conclusion stay tuned for our next story of another possible alien tower that was discovered out in space. Only this time it was found on Mars in these troubled times when many independent creators find it hard to stay above water.




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