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Planet Mars

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The 4th planet from the sun in our solar system. It is commonly called the "Red Planet".
If the planet was exactly in between Mars and Jupiter, it would  take 3645.029 days. 
No: it lacks a breathable atmosphere; it has no form of water on its surface (barring a small amount of polar ice); the temperature ranges across hundreds of degrees Celsius from night to day, and the extremes are well without human ability to stand unless they have some serious protective equipment...
One AU is 148,597,871 km, so 0.7 AU is 104,718,510 km. The velocity  of light and other electromagnetic radiations in free space is  299,792.458 km/second, so the time for the round trip is (2 *  104,718,510 / 299,792.458) seconds - or 698.6 seconds (11 minutes,  38.6 seconds.)
Earths atmosphere consists of 78.09% Nitrogen, 28.95% Oxygen and 1%  trace elements, mainly Argon. The martian atmosphere consists of  96% Carbon Dioxide, 1.9% Nitrogen, 1.9% Argon, with oxygen present  only as a trace element. Where you to inhale the martian atmosphere  you would suffocate. The...
Planet Mercury is about 36 million miles from the sun.
no, because a human would suffocate and die of intense heat.
it would take about six to seven months
Launch dates:Mars 2(Prop-M) - 19th of May 1971 Mars 3(Prop-M) - 28th of May 1971 Sojourner - 4th of December 1996 PLUTO - 2nd of june 2003 Spirit - 10th of june 2003 Opportunity - 7th of July 2003 Curiosity - 26th of November 2011
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It wil probably be 1) an American or Chinese, 2) Female, and 3) They are about 9 years old NOW! If an American, they are likely living in a two-parent household with one or two siblings in the Boston, MA area; if a Chinese, they are likely living in a two-parent household, are an only child, and are...
About 64.4 lbs. Mar's gravity is about 12.2 ft/s^2 (or 3.71 m/s^2) and earth's gravity is about 32.2 ft / s^2 (or 9.83 m / s^2). Using this ratio you can calculate your weight. Weight on mars = (12.2 / 32.2) * Weight on Earth
Mars is not hot. Its thin atmosphere and distance from the sun make  it so that temperatures are usually very cold.
Compared to Earth, Mars is a tiny world. In fact, Mars' mass is only 10% the mass of the Earth. Mass of Mars is 0.107 the mass of Earth. Why does Mars have such a low mass? Partly it's because it's so small. Mars has a radius half the size of the Earth. And partly it's because Mars has a much lower...
Temperature records for the Red Planet are not taken on a regular  basis. Scientists believe the temperature on Mars can reach as high  70 degrees Fahrenheit but dip to -225 degrees at night.
The word "nix" is Latin for "snows". The original name of the volcano Olympus Mons on Mars was "Nix Olympica" (snows of Olympus, for its bright appearance).
Rusted Iron that rusted over thousands of millions of years!
They were human. The virus-like species that made them that way is called "The Flood".
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Many scientists consider the possibility life exists elsewhere in our universe (and more particularly even within our own galaxy) quite likely. A few do not think it is likely.
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Depends how fat your kid is, how many crayons they've shoved in their ears and lodged in there brains, or how much of it is empty space. For example Matt damons brain was 12 kilos, made up entirely of yellow crayons
There are several, but they are all extinct.    Mars has apparently cooled down to the point where the volcanoes stopped erupting billions of years ago.    However, with the thin air, there is nothing to wear the volcanoes down. Olympus Mons is the largest volcano (or mountain) by far in...
because it is to hot for ice on earth but on mars it is so hot ice freezes on mars even though it is hot ice is irrissatble
ANSWER from Mary Urquhart on April 3, 1997: You couldn't light a fire on Mars because there isn't oxygen in the atmosphere to react with the material you want to burn. Fire is a chemical reaction where oxygen combines with other substances and produces heat and waste products (like carbon dioxide...
mars hill was a place that the apostle paul preached from in the new testament. It is also a town in western North Carolina in Madison county. also in ancient times known as aeropagus.
You would weigh 128.9 lbs on Uranus.
It found that on the North Pole it snowed that disappeared in mid air.
those features or called asteroids. just like us it turns around the Sun.
In theory it is possible for people to explore mars. NASA or any other country just doesn't see the point though. They've already sent out robots to do the exploring instead of risking men's lives. In the future they are planning to set up a colony on the moon and if it works well then on mars too....
Viking leaders carried a compact biology laboratory meant to search for life on Mars.
On Mars, the most advanced life form (if there is any) would be bacteria, whilst on earth mammals are the most advanced.
Yes, but it is very, very small. Too small for a person to breath.
Mars unlike earth is to cold has a little bit of water and oxygen. it cant support human life- but there may be other creatures out there there on planet Mars that it can support . but if humans were there, we would die.
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Iron oxide, commonly known as rust, gives Mars it's color.
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it is rocky
If you could travel at the speed of light, the trip from Mars to the Sun would take you about 12-15 minutes - and that's assuming you start off immediately at light-speed. Mars is approxy 205 million KM away from the sun. Divide that into light hours(Traveling @ - Speed of Light (I) for --- hrs.,...
Mars is a solid rocky planet with a red color from the large amount of iron oxide on its surface. That is why NASA has been able to land unmanned landers there.
Voyager 2 is the only spacecraft to visit Uranus. Voyager 2  discovered ten moons and two previous unknown rings around Uranus.
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Mars has a force of gravity equal to , which is almost a third of  that of Earth. As such, a human weighing on Earth would weigh about  on Mars.
The planet was named Mars because it was blood red like a battlefield. Mars was the god of war so that kind of makes sense.
The surface is covered with iron oxide which gives off a red  pigment color to it.
No it does not, but it does have water from its ice caps
No atmosphere poisonous or otherwise
Neither. It isn't too hot or too cold compared to other planets in the solar system. It's just cold. Scientists are trying to figure out if we can live on it after a few adjustments. It is 80 F on a rare summer day and -200 F on a very rare winter. That is occasionally.
Mars-ish. AKA temperatures vary widely between night and day, there's giant dust storms, no atmosphere, and lots of rocks.
Mars and Earth have ice caps at their poles.
Earth is about 1.88 times larger than Mars.
It's certainly been true historically that the first to discover a place are not necessarily the ones who develop it. The Native Americans, the Chinese and the Norse all had been to America, but obviously the Spanish and English developed it the most. Likewise, while America reached the moon first...
no ACTULLY,maybe before life on earth,when the sun was hotter,and  that may mean that mars had the same temp. than earths then.Plus  there is froezen caps on mars,and maybe then it was water.If there  was life,it was extinct for 100000000000000000 years.by then,if  there was life,there would be...
With modern day technology it is possible to see actual images that  are taken of Marsâ?? surface. These photos show that there are  riverbeds and gullies located throughout the surface of Mars.
the coldness of mars gets up to 30 degrees and the hotness gets up to 48.35 degrees
Probably, but it is not certain. The surface gravity of Mars is  about 38% of what it is on Earth. This would be enough for people  to safely move around, but scientists are still not sure if  extended stays in such low gravity would be harmful to a person's  health.
The planet mars has heat on there because of the redness, and also it is cold, so it is mixed.
it was explored during the 1800
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The average temperatue of mars is -129 degrees C. to 0 degrees C. or, -200 degrees F. to 32 degrees F.
The equatorial gravity on Mars is 3.69 m/s2 or 0.376g (37% that of Earth).
  No, any water located on Mars is either frozen in the ice caps or trapped deep underground.
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  Mars is at an average distance of 78 million km from Earth but can come as close as 55.7 million km during a close approach.
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A space suit and an oxygen supply.
Mars has day and night for the same reasons that Earth has day and night. Mars, like Earth, rotates on an axis. That means that the Mars is spinning like a top. As the planet spins, half of it is facing the sun, and the other half isn't. So the half that is facing the sun experiences daytime, and...
No one has stepped on Mars. It is the only known planet inhabited  solely by robots.
The average velocity of Mars (with respect to the Sun) is 53900 miles per hour, or 86700 kilometers per hour.
If life is found on mars there is a 98% chance that there microscopic.