it is possible to live on Mars but to do this you would need an atmosphere, and to have an atmosphere you need gases. To make these gases (there have been discussions about this) you would need to build factories to give off green house gases and make an atmosphere, because Mars is extremely cold at night, then we would have to get people to Mars. This would cost billions and would take a long time to build the atmosphere.
Mars is one of the terrestrial or "rocky" planets. It has a very thin atmosphere.
The gases that surround the planet Mars are carbon dioxide, oxygen, methane, nitrogen and argon. Carbon dioxide makes up the majority of the atmosphere of Mars.
nitrogen hydrogen carbon dioxide
carbon-dioxide, argon and nitrogen
To show they ARE from Mars. We know the composition of the Mars atmosphere. So if the meteorite gases match up that's strong evidence that they're from Mars.
Carbon Dioxide, which is light brown in color.
The predominant gas in the atmosphere of Mars is carbon dioxide. This accounts for 95. 9% of the volume of the atmosphere. Argon, oxygen and nitrogen are the other gases available.
Venus is very hot with poisonous gases in the atmosphere, Mars is very cold with a low atmospheric pressure.
Mars is an inner terrestrial rocky planet. Though there is an atmosphere is is very thin compare to the earths.
Two elements,Nitrogen and Carbon Dioxide.Almost 99%
Carbon dioxide is about 95%. Then there's some nitrogen and argon.
The martian atmosphere is composed of five main gases, with carbon dioxide making up 95.32% of the atmosphere. Other gases on Mars include:Nitrogen - 2.7%Argon - 1.6%;Oxygen - 0.13%;Carbon Monoxide - 0.08%
Mars does have a atmosphere
Mars is made out of gases
Actually, nearly all of the thin atmosphere of Mars is carbon dioxide.There are small amounts of other gases.Anyway, these atmospheres are mixtures because there isn't much in the way of chemical reactions between the different gases.Most of the Earth's atmosphere is nitrogen and oxygen. These gases usuallyexist together as a mixture without forming chemical compounds.
Carbon dioxide is by far the most significant gas on Mars, making up 96 percent of the planet's atmosphere. Other gases on Mars include argon and nitrogen.
Mars does in fact have an atmosphere, but it's extremely thin and mostly consists of carbon dioxide. The most likely explanation is down to the fact Mars lacks a magnetic field to protect it from the solar wind. Without this shielding the solar wind can "blow off" gases in the ephemeral upper layers of the atmosphere, over billions of years this has thinned Mars' atmosphere to almost nothing.
Carbon-dioxide 95%; Nitrogen 3%; Argon 1.6%;traces of oxygen and methane.
About 95% carbon dioxide, some nitrogen and small amounts of other gases.
Mars' atmosphere is mostly made up of a thin layer of carbon dioxide, which makes up 95.32% of the atmosphere, with 2.7% of nitrogen and then very small amounts of other gases such as argon, oxygen, carbon monoxide and water vapor.
mars doesnt have an atmosphere ...
The martian atmosphere is composed of five main gases, with carbon dioxide making up 95.32% of the atmosphere. Other gases include:Nitrogen - 2.7%Argon - 1.6%;Oxygen - 0.13%;Carbon Monoxide - 0.08%
atmosphere gases are made of air
Earth has an atmosphere filled with nitrogen, oxygen, argon (this combination is often called air) and a tiny of carbon dioxide, water vapor, and other gases. Earthâ??s atmosphere gets thinner with altitude. Mars has a very thin atmosphere primarily composed of carbon dioxide. Mars also has a very dusty atmosphere.