NASA finds strange pyramid on planet Ceres

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There's a reason the Egyptian pyramids are one of the seven wonders of the world. They're just so mysterious, which is probably why there are so many movies about them, too. A newly discovered pyramid has left NASA scientists scratching their heads.

NASA's Dawn Probe spotted a baffling structure on the surface of Ceres, the dwarf planet that lies in an asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.

Scientists say cameras on their spacecraft spotted the quote "intriguing" formation that rises three miles above the planet's cratered surface.

Considering historians still can't wrap their heads around the pyramids here on Earth we probably won't live to learn much about the strange structure in space, but it's still pretty cool to imagine the possibilities.

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