The daughter of Saturn and Ops or Rhea, the goddess of corn and tillage.
The first discovered asteroid.
The first asteroid to be discovered (1801), named after the Roman goddess of agriculture. Ceres is thought to indicate productive areas in a natal horoscope.
Goddess of agriculture, lawgiver and the love a mother bears for her child.
Ceres, in Roman mythology, equivalent to the Greek Demeter, daughter of Saturn and Rhea, wife-sister of Jupiter, mother of Proserpina by Jupiter, sister of Juno, Vesta, Neptune and Pluto, and patron of Sicily.
An asteroid named after the Earth Mother and Goddess of grain and breakfast cereals.
(Roman mythology) goddess of agriculture; counterpart of Greek Demeter
the largest asteroid and the first discovered
( Demeter) Goddess of fertility and agriculture
An asteroid named for the Roman Goddess of Agriculture. Represents women's cycles, parenting and nutrition.
Roman; Goddess of the Harvest.
Ceres is the largest of the asteroids. It was the first asteroid ever discovered (by Italian astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi on January 1, 1801). Its mass is equal to over one-third of the 2.3 x 10 21 kg estimated total mass of all the 3,000 cataloged asteroids. It is about 578 miles (930 kilometers) in diameter. Ceres is now considered to be a dwarf planet.
With a 900-km diameter, the largest of the asteroids. Ceres was the first asteroid discovered, and so is often referred to as "1 Ceres." It was discovered on January 1, 1801, by Giuseppe Piazzi in Palermo, Italy. Ceres' orbital period is 4.6 years, at an average distance of 2.7 A.U.
Ceres was the first of the asteroids to be discovered. Ceres is associated with our ability to grow grain, harvest it, grind it into flour and make bread.
The largest known asteroid, Ceres, is 623 miles (1,003 km) in diameter, and orbits roughly 260 million miles (420 million km) from the Sun. Italian astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi discovered Ceres in 1801.
The Great Mother. An asteroid seen by modern astrologers as significant. Despite being lauded as the "Great Mother", Ceres appears generally to be a malefic, especially signifying grief and loss. It was reclassified by astronomers in 2006 as a "dwarf planet". More about Asteroids.
Ceres (, ), also designated 1 Ceres or (1) Ceres (See Minor Planet Names), is the smallest dwarf planet in the Solar System and the only one located in the main asteroid belt. Its name is derived from the Roman goddess Ceres — the goddess of growing plants and of motherly love. It was discovered on January 1 1801, by Giuseppe Piazzi.