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Mars (School Project)

Mark, Nick, Dylan.
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Mark Nowicki

on 22 May 2013

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Mars Mars is the most Earth like
planet in our solar system. Temperature ranges from -140 C to 20 C Gravity=3.711m/s^2
Diameter=4,194miles If you weighed 100 lbs on Earth then you
would way 38 lbs on Mars. There is water on Mars but you would not want to drink it
-It is salted and is most likely toxic
-About 3.5 billion years ago, Mars had the largest known flood in the solar system Ancient Mars could have supported living microbes in a wet envirement Mars has the largest volcanic mountsin in the Solar System Iron oxide makes Mars looks red. Has crustle, mantle, and core. This is called a terrestrial planet
Core-Iron And Sulfur
Mantle-Silicates
Crust-Basalt Visible to the naked eye, but diecovered before human history.
-1840 Mars was first discovered by a robot People couldn't live on Mars, not enough oxygen to surive
-Carbon Dioxide=95.3
-Nitrogen=2.7
-Argon=1.6 Facts Important Facts Also known as the red planet. Very thin atmospere . Average Distance from sun-1.52 AU
Period of Rotation-1.03
Period of Revolution-1.88
Number of Moons-2 Names of Mars' Moons
-Phobos
-Deimos
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