Mars

The fourth planet from the sun in our solar system.


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Equatorial diameter 6786000 mClip
Average Density 3940 kgm-3Clip
Axial tilt 24 degreesClip
Rotational period 24.62 hoursClip
Average surface temperature -40 CClip
Maximum apparent magnitude -2.8 Clip
Aphelion 249100000000 mClip
Perihelion 206700000000 mClip
Orbital tilt 1.85 degreesClip
Orbital period 1.88y y=Earth year, d=Earth dayClip
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See also: Earth, Jupiter, Mercury, Neptune, Pluto, Saturn, Solar System, Sun, Uranus, Venus.

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Subjects: Astronomy Physics


Weblinks:
NASA Photographic Library Photographs from NASA available for viewing and download.
The Nine Planets A Multimedia Tour of the Solar System: one star, eight planets, and more.
Mars Science Laboratory A mobile robot for investigating Mars′ past or present ability to sustain microbial life.