Compared to the sun, it is small.
Mars is farther away from the sun.
In terms of volume, the sun is about 8,654,000 times the size of Mars.
Mars is 1.57 times the distance Earth is from the Sun.
Mars is only about half the diameter of Earth.
Mars is 6,786 Km. in diameter. Big is a relative term. It is big compared to its moons but small compared to the sun
In terms of volume the sun is 8,654,000 times the size of mars which means that you can fit exactly 208 into the sun's diameter.
Compared to Earth, Mars is colder at day and night because of its greater distance from the sun.
It takes Earth about 365 Earth days to orbit the sun. It takes Mars about 687 Earth days to orbit the sun. This means it takes Mars about 1.88 times longer to orbit the sun than Earth.
The Sun is about 26.8 times larger than Uranus.
Mars is way much smaller than earth.Because of that is cuz the earth is closer to the sun so it grows more than mars does!!!
Because it has planets orbiting it (such as Earth, Jupiter and Mars)
It depends on the context. Compared to an atom it is huge, compared to the sun it is tiny.
Because Mars is significantly further away from the sun, compared to the Earth; meaning that the distance it must travel is proportionately further also.
Mars period of revoultion around the sun, its orbit, is 686.971 Earth days long. Earth takes 365.25 days.
Mars can be compared to Earth, because they both have numerous similarities.
If I may interpret your question: 1 astronomical unit is the average distance from the sun to Earth = roughly 93,000,000 miles. The average Mars-Sun distance is about 1.52 AU, so Mars is 1.52 X 93,000,000 = 141,360,000 miles from the sun.
The sun is a star. It is comparatively large, believed to be in the top 20% for size.
The earth is about twice as large (in diameter) as Mars, but the earth's mass (weight) is ten times greater.
Titan has a diameter of 5,140 km,our Earth is 12,756 km,and Mars is 6,787 km.
I am not sure whether that would be "most", but there is a large group orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter.
It does no such thing. Mars orbits the sun. The only large object that orbits the Earth is the Moon.
It takes Mars about 687 Earth days to have a full year, compared to the Earth's 365 days in a year. A year on Mars is 1.88 Earth years.
it's not much smaller. the only reason it's so much colder on Mars than on earth is because of its distance from the sun.
it is quite large and reflects a lot of light from our sun