Ceres commonly refers to:

  • Ceres (dwarf planet), smallest of the five identified dwarf planets, originally classified as a planet, and later as the largest asteroid, and then most recently as a dwarf planet
  • Ceres (Roman mythology), the Roman goddess of agriculture

Ceres may refer to:



United States

Other countries


In fiction

  • Ceres, Celestial Legend (Ayashi no Ceres), an anime/manga work
  • Sailor Ceres, aka CereCere, a character in Sailor Moon
  • Seras Victoria, a character in the anime/manga Hellsing, of which an alternate romanization is "Ceres"
  • Ceres Space Colony, from the video game Super Metroid
  • Geoffrey Fourmyle of Ceres, one of the identities of Gulliver Foyle, in the Alfred Bester book The Stars My Destination
  • The Ceres Ocean, in the alternate Earth of the Ace Combat video game series

Other uses

  • Ceres (workstation), a computer workstation built at ETH Zürich
  • Ceres series (disambiguation), several series of postage stamps representing the goddess Ceres
  • HMS Ceres, three ships of the British Royal Navy
  • Ceres, a West Cornwall Railway steam locomotive
  • Toyota Corolla Ceres a compact, 4-door hardtop sold in Japan
  • Céres, a French Minerve class submarine
  • Ceres (2005), an orchestral work by Mark-Anthony Turnage
  • CAC Ceres, a crop-duster aircraft manufactured in Australia
  • Ceres Connection, a cooperative program between MIT's Lincoln Laboratory and the Society for Science and the Public dedicated for promoting science education
  • Ceres Futebol Clube, a Brazilian football team from the city of Rio de Janeiro
  • Ceres Koekedouw Dam, dam on the Koekedouw River, near Ceres, Western Cape, South Africa
  • Ceres School, a historic school building located at Ceres in Allegany County, New York.
  • Ceres Storm, a 2000 science fiction novel by American author David Herter


See also

Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.