Wind speeds at Viking site in summer 2 to 7 m/s (5 to 16 mph)
Wind speeds at Viking site in fall 5 to 10 m/s (11 to 22 mph)
Wind speeds at Viking site in a dust storm 17 to 30 m/s (38 to 67 mph)
800+ km per hour
Yes, there are winds on mars. any planet with an atmosphere has winds.
Hurricane Katrina had peak winds of 175 mph.
mars once had 2 moons. the bigger moon circles mars. it protected mars from solar winds. it crashed into mars. it was vulnerable to solar winds.
When people can make their rocket as fast as light, then they can go to the Mars.
It varies widely. The weakest have winds of about 65 mph, while the strongest have winds over 300 mph.
more than 200 mph.
There IS atmosphere on Mars. It's quite thin compared to Earth's, but it's substantial enough for winds to occur.
The winds on 'The Great Red Spot' can get up to 400mi. an hour.
Mars can go faster than 45 miles per hour. The faster it spins the more it gets colder.
Hurricane Katrina had peak winds of 175 mph
They said it could go around 40mph... Even more!
Tropical storm winds range are 39-73 mph.
because it has a dense atmosphere:)
high winds, rocky
Mars does not have a strong winds but many other planets such as Mercury and Jupiter.
No way! There is vacuum where no sound can travel.
By definition, a hurricane has sustained winds of at least 74 mph. Suastained winds as high as 195 mph have been recorded.
Mars, unlike the Moon, has an atmosphere and strong winds which erode craters.
Depends, yes for sailing, no for storm winds.