Crater Haulani on Ceres demonstrates pits on the surface. Similar materials were previously noted on Mars and West and are associated with fast volatile secretions after impact. Perhaps a similar label indicates volatile materials in the asteroid belt.
The excavated materials inside the fresh craters on Ceres resemble the landscapes of Mars and Vesta, and can also be formed due to the rapid evaporation of the subsurface H 2 O.
Whatever point of the solar system we investigate, we are interested in the presence of water or ice. The fact that these factors affect the possibility of life. When crater materials were first found on Mars, they were used as evidence that even the most arid places of the planet have ice. After the discovery on Vesta, conversations began about finding similar holes in other asteroids. Scientists have created many models for the study of the formation of holes in Ceres, and among the possible causes are ice and volatile materials. It is possible that the presence of these pits will play an important role in the creation of future asteroid missions.