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Mars is one of the eight planets found in the Solar System.
This planet has a thin atmosphere.
The reason why it is called the Red Planet is
because of the many particles of iron oxide in
the surface, offer a red appe...
The Red Planet is actually the second smallest planet
and can be found fourth places away from the Sun.
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BasicPlanet.com
This planet has a lot of impact craters like the moon.
Mars is a very unusual planet with craters of valle...
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Mars is the home place of
the Olympus Mons. 
The Olympus Mons is the
highest mountain range in
the Solar S...
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Mars has a northern hemisphere; this covers
almost 40 percent of the entire planet.
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It only has around 11 percent of mass and 15
percent of volume of the amount that Earth has.
Its diameter ...
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Mars is going to be
made up of
minerals which
contain things such
as metals, silicon
and oxygen also.
Thes...
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Researchers has confirmed the presence of ice water on
Mars, but until today there have been no signs of li...
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In Netherlands, there are projects to make up a
space project to send four people up to Mars
and live ther...
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  1. 1. MarsBasicPlanet.com
  2. 2. BasicPlanet.com Mars is one of the eight planets found in the Solar System. This planet has a thin atmosphere.
  3. 3. The reason why it is called the Red Planet is because of the many particles of iron oxide in the surface, offer a red appearance. BasicPlanet.com The Red Planet
  4. 4. The Red Planet is actually the second smallest planet and can be found fourth places away from the Sun. BasicPlanet.com
  5. 5. BasicPlanet.com This planet has a lot of impact craters like the moon. Mars is a very unusual planet with craters of valleys, deserts, and volcanoes.
  6. 6. BasicPlanet.com Mars is the home place of the Olympus Mons.  The Olympus Mons is the highest mountain range in the Solar System. Olympus Mons
  7. 7. BasicPlanet.com Mars has a northern hemisphere; this covers almost 40 percent of the entire planet.
  8. 8. BasicPlanet.com It only has around 11 percent of mass and 15 percent of volume of the amount that Earth has. Its diameter is around half of the size of Earth’s and it is going to be less dense than that of Earth’s also.
  9. 9. BasicPlanet.com Mars is going to be made up of minerals which contain things such as metals, silicon and oxygen also. These are some nutrients which are found also on Earth and this might mean there is chance for some life to grow on Mars. Mars has chlorine, magnesium, sodium and potassium found in their soil.
  10. 10. BasicPlanet.com Researchers has confirmed the presence of ice water on Mars, but until today there have been no signs of life.
  11. 11. BasicPlanet.com In Netherlands, there are projects to make up a space project to send four people up to Mars and live there for the rest of their lives!
  12. 12. FIND US... BASICPLANET.COM FACEBOOK.COM/BIOEXPEDITION TWITTER.COM/BIOEXPEDITION YOUTUBE.COM/BIOEXPEDITION PINTEREST.COM/BIOEXPEDITION COPYRIGHT © 2013 BASICPLANET.COM

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