I hadn't heard much about the Dawn asteroid mission for a few months. Apparently it hasn't been napping, it's been mapping -- the asteroid Ceres. Now it's destined for a higher orbit.
Two new pictures were released; one of Occator Crater, the one with the largest bright white spots that were still a mystery as Dawn approached -- now identified as a magnesium salt. The other is an attempt to provide a color image much as the human eye would see it, but likely a bit brighter, considering how far away the Sun is.
If you want lot and lots and lots of Ceres pictures from throughout the Dawn orbital phase, go here.