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Space Suit Design Presentation

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Planet Mars BY: Tiffany Li & Luke Swails P.4 Origin of the name: The name "Mars" comes from the Roman name for the Greek god, Ares, the god of war. Diameter and Density of Mars: Diameter: 6,794 km
Density: 3.934 g/cm^3 Distance From the Sun: Mars is 1.52 AU from the sun, which is approximately 227,900,000 km. http://www.newauburn.k12.wi.us/english/students09/evan/Ares.htm Temperature Range of Mars: Mars ranges from -207 F (-133 C) to 80 F (27 C). Composition of the Planet/Its Atmosphere: Composition: core is mainly iron and sulfur, mantle of silicates, crust is made of basalt and iron oxide (which makes it look red)
Atmosphere: carbon dioxide (95.3%), nitrogen (2.7%), argon (1.6%), oxygen (1.5%), water (0.03%) Surface Features: The surface of Mars is old and red, and covered with craters. http://www.slashgear.com/scientists-believe-mars-may-have-vast-amounts-of-water-under-the-surface-22235261/ 2 Interesting Facts: 1. Mars is home to the largest mountain in the Solar System-Olympus Mons. Olympus Mountains is 24 km (78,000 ft) tall and 500 km in diameter!
2. Mars has shown evidence that it used to contain water and lifeforms based on clues from a riverbed in Mars. http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/multimedia/display.cfm?Category=GreatShots&IM_ID=13529 Gravity on Mars: Gravity on Mars: 3.71 m/s^2
Gravity on Earth: 9.78 m/s^2
Gravity of Mars vs. Earth: 3.71/9.78=.379=37.9% of Earth's gravity THE END! http://school.discoveryeducation.com/clipart/clip/thanks.html Coffey, Jerry. "What Is Mars Made Of?" Universe Today. N.p., 3 June 2008. Web. 11 Mar. 2013.
"Mars Atlas." Mars Exploration: Multimedia. NASA, n.d. Web. 09 Mar. 2013
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"Solar System Exploration: Planets: Mars: Overview." Solar System Exploration: Planets: Mars: Overview. NASA, n.d. Web. 09 Mar. 2013. Works Cited http://www.buzzle.com/articles/planet-mars-facts-interesting-facts-about-mars.html Extreme Adventure: Come rock climbing on Olympus Mons for an adventure you've never experienced before! The space suits offered ensure that you're protected from the freezing temperatures of -207 F! As you begin climbing up, you'll notice the fascinating scenery and surroundings of the largest mountain in the Solar System, at a height of 78,000 ft! This journey may take you awhile, but don't worry-we offer 24/7 assistance and emergency packs of food, water, and medical supplies to make sure your trip is the best you've ever had! http://gooddisruptivechange.com/pleasure-vs-enjoyment-whats-the-difference-part-ii/
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