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    Mars

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    Mars, our neighbor planet, is the most explored planet in our solar system, the Milky Way. We have taken a certain interest in Mars, because there is a possibility that it may have sustained life. It is also the most convenient and has the most hospitable climate. That is why we have collected more information about Mars’s atmosphere, physical characteristics, moons, and orbit than other planets. Mars’s interior composition is formed mush like Earth’s. It has a solid care, liquid mantle, and thin

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    Mars

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    Mars is the fourth planet from the sun at about 228 million-km (141 million miles) and the last terrestrial planet from the sun. The next five planets in order from the sun are gaseous. Mars follows closely behind Earth but is comparatively smaller, with about half the diameter of Earth and about one-tenth of Earth’s mass. Thus the force of gravity on Mars is about one-third of that on Earth. Though it is much smaller, Mars does have the same surface land area as Earth. Other than Earth, Mars

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    Mars:

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    Mars: Is There Life Out There? Since 1976, when the Viking Landers took off toward the red planet, people have been wondering if there is life on Mars. There have been questions of pictures taken from Mars and skepticism about why some of the recent landings have failed. Scientists, up till now, have been doubtful about life on Mars. Everything changed on August 7, 1996, when NASA and President Clinton told the world that a very primitive life form had been found in a meteorite, from 1984. President

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    places are Mars, Europa, Titan, Enceladus, and Ganymede and Calysto. One of the main reasons why scientists strongly believe that there is a good chance of life in Mars is because there is sufficient facts to imply that it had running water on its surface millions of years ago. There’s also evidence that ice and water existed on this planet. This evidence supports scientists who believe that life existed at some point on Mars. This data was discovered when the images taken from the Mars Reconnaissance

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    The Planet Mars

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    Mars Mars is the fourth planet from the sun and the last of the solid, non-gas planets in our solar system. Mars is the seventh largest planet in our solar system. The diameter is about 4,220 miles. The equatorial circumference is about 13,259 miles. Earth’s equatorial circumference is about 24,901 miles so Mars’ equatorial circumference is approximately 53.2% that of Earth. The radius of Mars’ core is 1,056 miles. The surface area is 55,742,106 square miles, which is about 28% that of Earth

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    The Exploration of Mars

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    of the planet we call Mars, the red planet. There have been many successful attempts to get a glimpse of the interesting planet, and scientists are still working on a better solution to get there. The first rover to explore Mars was "Mariner 4", which arrived on November 28, 1964. It was a spacecraft designated to orbit the planet of Mars, but not to land. It lasted for about 8 months, and was not able to survive much longer than that due to the conditions on and around Mars. Rovers before have captured

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    Mars Geology

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    Did Mars ever mirror Earth? I would like to start this discussion by defining the term “mirrored,” as being a like or characteristic of a mirror image. So for proposes of this discussion I will use this definition meaning it is in a resemblance and not a direct copy of one another. Now with all the formalities out of the way let’s move on. After spending a small portion of my life reading through papers about Mars Geology I have come to the conclusion that Mars does in fact have supporting evidence

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    Mars, which is also known as the red planet, is the fourth planet away from the sun. It is the second smallest planet in the solar system after Mercury. Mars was named after the Roman god of war. In many Chinese cultures Mars was known as the fire star, which is a name that was based on the ancient Chinese, and was it was usually associated with war and death. Mars has two moons; Phobos and Deimos. These two moons are just like Earth’s moon, because they present the same face to their planet. This

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    Mars And Venus

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    Mars And Venus I am following up on the book of , "Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus." by John Gray. "Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus" was been a very interesting book. The book brought up some very interesting facts about both sexes. While also remaining very general to cover basically everyone and simple for everyone to understand. So simple in fact that I saw everything in there as being common sense; but also at the same time being hidden from the obvious senses

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    Life on Mars...or Not

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    Now a vast region for growing knowledge. The distance of Venus, the atmosphere of Mars, the size of Jupiter, and the speed of Mercury. All this and more we know. But their greatest mystery the heavens have kept a secret. What sort of life, if any, inhabits these other planets? Human life, like ours? Or life extremely lower in the scale. Or dangerously higher (). With this quote on the mind, the planet known as Mars or the Red Planet made a big divide in the scientific community. This divide is about

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