Nasa's Dawn Spacecraft 

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The Dawn spacecraft was launched by NASA in 2007 to study two of the largest objects in the asteroid belt - Vesta and Ceres.

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The spacecraft was equipped with ion propulsion technology, which allowed it to achieve impressive acceleration and make a significant contribution to the field of space exploration.

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The total cost of the spacecraft was $500 million, which includes $370 million for building and launching the spacecraft and $130 million for 11 years of operations and data analysis.

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The spacecraft's mission came to an end on November 1, 2018, after completing its objectives.

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The Dawn spacecraft traveled over 4.3 billion miles since its launch in 2007, reaching a record distance of 367+ million miles from Earth.

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The Dawn mission aimed to build a detailed picture of the early days of the solar system, which formed 4.6 billion years ago.

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The difference in location determined the amount of water present in Vesta and Ceres, which played a crucial role in how they cooled.

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The observations made by Dawn suggest that some amount of salty liquid could still exist beneath the surface of Ceres

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The Dawn mission revealed important findings about Vesta, including the confirmation that the giant basin in Vesta's southern hemisphere, Rheasilvia, is more than 310 miles in diameter and 12 miles deep.

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The success of the Dawn mission stands as a testament to the ingenuity and perseverance of NASA's scientists and engineers, who continue to push the boundaries of our knowledge of the universe.

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