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The USGS Astrogeology Science Center's Astropedia is an excellent source for derived mapping data products (though only 7 Ceres products). Here is a "Ceres Nomenclature" data product:


NASA has produced a topographical features map of Ceres, with names for some craters. The map was produced in 2015. This one has few more details,

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