In summary, Ceres is inhabited by sea monkeys!!
I for one welcome our brine-loving, shrimp-tastic overlords!!
Data from NASA's now-defunct Dawn spacecraft orbiting Ceres has shown that the largest object in the Solar System's asteroid belt has sub-surface oceans and recent volcanic activity, according to a group of papers published in Nature journals. In the first study led by NASA JPL's Carol Raymond, the geological scientists based …
We earthlings should rename Ceres: Asteroid B-612
Since it had a volcano that needed tending to, water to help the Rose live and grow, and no current Baobab trees to speak of, we may assume that the Little Prince left when his Rose and all other plant life died.
Especially true if we can calculate Ceres' day to be long enough to forever remain in daylight simply by walking in the appropriate direction.
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