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The largest asteroid, Ceres, is in the asteroid belt.

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The biggest asteroid in our solar system is the Ceres asteroid.


It isn't. The biggest asteroid wouldn't be categorized as small.



it is ceres because scientists have looked for planets there n they found ceres which is the biggest asteroid


The biggest asteroid is Ceres. But it is now classified as a dwarf planet


The asteroid belt is located between Mars and Jupiter.


Dactyl is a moon of the asteroid Ida located in the asteroid belt.


The asteroid belt is located between mars and Jupiter


Eris is not an asteroid and it is not located in the asteroid belt; it is a dwarf planet, and it is beyond the orbit of Neptune, in the outer system.


The Asteroid Belt is located in between the orbit of Mars and Jupiter.


the asteroid belt is located betwen mars and jupeter.


Giuseppe Piazzi discovered Ceres, the first and largest asteroid.


The asteroid belt is located between the orbi of Jupiter and Mars


CERES is the first and the biggest asteroids in the solar system


Ceres is the biggest asteroid,it has been prmoted to be a dwarf planet


Mars is not in the asteroid belt. The Asteroid Belt is between Mars and Jupiter.


Ceres-about 1200 km in diameter


The average asteroid is approximately 583 miles long in width. The biggest, longest, and first known asteroid was discovered in 1801.


The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.


Mercury is not a part of the asteroid belt. The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Mercury is far closer to the sun.


No. The largest object in the asteroid belt is Ceres. Ida is much smaller.


Jupiter is behind the asteroid belt


It IS an asteroid. (The biggest.)


The Asteroid Belt is located between the planets Mars and Jupiter. The dwarf planet Ceres orbits within the Asteroid Belt, as do the protoplanets Vesta and Pallas.


In The Asteroid Belt



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