|Diameter||34 kilometres (21 mi)|
|Naming||After Haulani, Hawaiian goddess of plants|
Haulani // is an impact crater located on Ceres that contains "Spot 1", one of the bright spots observed by the Dawn spacecraft. The crater was named after Haulani, the Hawaiian goddess of plants. In July 2018, NASA released a comparison of physical features, including Haulani crater, found on Ceres with similar ones present on Earth.
Haulani crater (top). The bright spot lower down is Oxo crater.
Haulani - in visible/brightness (left); false color/mineralogy; infrared/temperature (5 September 2015).
Haulani in enhanced color
Distribution of large boulders in and around the Haulani crater on Ceres.