NASA's Dawn spacecraft features the brightest yet an intriguing area of Ceres, the Occator crater. This image was taken about 920 miles above Ceres on Oct. 16, 2016, from the fifth science orbit of Dawn spacecraft. Occator crater also referred to as impact crater is located on the dwarf planet Ceres. It contains "Spot 5," which is the brightest of the bright spots that were observed by the Dawn spacecraft. The crater was named after Occator, the Roman god of the harrow and a helper to Ceres.