Origin of Vesta
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On the planet Vesta, there are plenty of crystals to treasure.Space Bling: From Diamond Planets to Crystal Oceans to Precious Moon Jewels|Alexa Valiente, Jaewon Kang|October 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Pallas and Vesta, not heard of for some time; supposed to have foundered.Narrative And Miscellaneous Papers|Thomas De Quincey
They were walking their horses past the house, which was dark, careful not to wake Vesta.
Vesta's countenance fell, as she thought of the suspicion that might attach to her father.The Entailed Hat|George Alfred Townsend
Vesta entered the house without looking back to where he stood, hat in hand, the moonlight in his fair hair.
It had sobered him and made him feel old, as Vesta Philbrook had said fighting made a person feel.
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[Greek name Hestia]
The Roman and Greek goddess of the hearth and home. Roman and Greek cities were supposed to have a public hearth dedicated to Vesta, at which the fire was kept constantly burning.