How Mars Got Its Name• The Romans named Mars and other planets they could see. Mars was named after the Roman god of war. The red color of Mars reminded the Romans of the blood and in turn war. Romans named all the planets they could see after their gods.
Who Discovered Mars.?• Mars was discovered by Tycho Brache in 1576
Distance From Mars To Sun.• Distance From The Sun In Au: 1 Au• Distance From The Sun In Km: 150 million km• Order Ranking: Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the Solar System.
. The Days It Takes Mars to Orbit The Sun.• About 687 Earth days for a single orbit. This makes the Martian year a. About 687 About 687 Earth days for a single orbit. Earth days makesa single orbit. This makes This for the Martian year a. About 687 the Martian days for aabout 1.88years in years in Earth year single orbit. Earthmakes the Martian year about 1.88 This Earth length length Earth years in length bout 1.88• bout 1.88 Earth years in length
A Day In Mars.!• The length of day is Twenty-Four hours And Thirty-Seven minutes, Same Hours As Earth But With Thirty-Seven Minutes More.
What Does Mars Look Like And Does It Have LifeIt was possible that mars had life or still possibly has it.Mars has a bright red, that is why the planet is named after Ares (Mars) the God Of War.The planet can be spotted with a naked eye from Earth.
Any Moons Or Any Rings.?Mars has no rings on it.Mars has only two moons, named Phobos And Deimos.
Surface Of The Planet Mars• This rocky planet’s surface has seen volcanoes, meteor impacts, shifting, tectonic plates, and huge dust storms.
The Atmosphere Of Mars• The atmosphere is mostly Carbon Dioxide (95.3%). But there is also Nitrogen (2.7%), Argon (1.6%), Oxygen (0.13%), Carbon monoxide (0.07%), and tiny amounts of other gases. The atmosphere of Mars is thin too.