The dwarf planet could contain water
According to National Geographic, “The dwarf planet Ceres is the only one located within the solar system and is the size of Texas. Scientists found evidence that areas of water existed near its surface for millions of years.”
We managed to get this evidence-based on observations made by the planet’s Occator Crater made by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, which focused on studying the planet for a three-year period, from March 2015 to October 2018.
The researchers explained that the salt that’s left in the planet’s craters is a result of water boiling.