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If general information, Mars is the fourth planet from the sun—the next out from Earth. The Martian day is just longer than Earth's—24 hours and about another half hour—so you could adapt easily. You'd weigh about a third what you would here, but twice what you would on the moon. There's little water and only a thin atmosphere. Mars is close enough to Earth that humans have long thought about visiting it, even colonizing it. It became even more attractive after Venus's atmosphere was discovered to be intensely hot and dense.
For more on Mars at all levels, as well as information on current exploration, you might visit NASA's site: http://marsprogram.jpl.nasa.gov/
Mars is the fifth planet in our solar system. It was discovered by pioneer astronomer and lens-crafter Hans Smickel in 1710. “For almost a century following this discovery, astronomers dismissed the planet as a transient piece of stellar ice and speculated that it would be completely melted by cosmic rays sometime early in the nineteenth century. This hypothesis, obviously, did not prove correct.”“Today, Mars is recognized as not only the most fascinating planet in our entire galaxy--the "Galaxy 500," as it is known by scientists. Mars has an interesting climate. The planet is now known to get as cold as thirty degrees below zero and to be the site of frequent snowstorms, with snowfalls in northern regions of the planet often averaging eighty inches per Martian winter--a season that lasts the equivalent of two earth years.” The southern polar regions, an area of the planet where surface temperatures often soar to a back-blistering 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Mars is the fourth planet from the sun and one of the Terrestrial planets. Mars is just like Earth but smaller, drier, and colder. Mars is also known as the Red Planet because of its red dirt. The moons that orbit Mars are called Phobos and Deimos. Mars is the owner of the biggest volcano in the solar system, Olympus Mons. It takes Mars 687 Earth days to fully orbit the sun.
Mars is the fourth planet in our solarsystem
It is called the Red planet because of the red surface.
It is called the planet of war because the red color indicated war. ( Bloods )
There are two moons of Mars -
Deimos and Phobos
Since ancient times we believed that the planet Mars the mysterious red planet carried war, pestilence and need of humans sacrifive. the romans named it as the god of war, the mystry possesed by this planet has always ill sitted the curocity of earthling with an imaginary belief that there also exists an alien civilization like on earth. several movies fed on this idea in which green martians with head and dressing seen trying to take over the Earth.
The mars is often known as red planet,it is about a half size of earth,for more information,visit wikipedia
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