- Large semi-axle 227.939.200 km
- Distance to perihelion 206.700.000 km
- Distance to aphelion 249.200.000 km
- Average orbit speed 5,027 km/s
- Average radius approx. 3.390
- Inclination of the equator in orbit 5,65°
- Surface temperature 336 K
- Distance from Earth 225 million km
We also reached Mars and as you can see, even if it's red, it's not so hot, the highest time was 35 ° C, and the average is somewhere at -63 ° C, so theoretically we could live there, it's a bit worse than in Siberia, but you can live, the lowest temperature was -143 ° C, and at a dynastic temperature, we only live in suits.
In any case, it is the fourth planet from the Sun. And ... the penultimate size of the Solar System (as a planet).
And this planet can be seen from the earth with the naked eye, some days, sometimes not, because it does not keep up with the Earth, the fact that it is further away, it rotates in a longer time.
Why do so many think we could live on Mars?
Well, as you know NASA does all sorts of expeditions there and some studies, I show that there could be valleys, deserts, ice caps and it is also a terrestrial planet, so it looks like Earth, as much as if until now we knew that there is only one natural satellite near a planet, now that there may be two smaller ones, they are bigger asteroids, but they are natural satellites, Mars has two natural satellites (moon): Phobos and Deimos, Phobos is closer, and Deimos , further, so Phobos moves faster.
Mars storms reach 160 km / h and Mars is also a seismic asset, InSight registering in 2019 over 450 major earthquakes, as well as certain similar phenomena.
Elon Musk wants a trip to Mars in 2026.
A beautiful dream, but not achievable, because NASA would like to bring people close to Mars (not to walk on the planet) only after 2030, so the only chance would be with its company SpaceX.
Mars has a lot of metals on its surface, many are rusty and that's why it's so red, it's not super hot there.
Maybe some of you know that Mars is home to a large volcano called Mount Olympus.
Mars was first seen in 1610 by the famous physicist Galileo Galilei.
Not much is known about this planet, it contains all the other nucleus, mantle and earth's crust and has been widely explored lately, and is recently by Perseverance.
Below you will also find the data of the atmospheric component:
- 95.97% carbon dioxide
- 1.93% argon
- 1.90% nitrogen
- 0.146% oxygen
- 0.0557% carbon monoxide
- 0.0210% water vapor
- 0.0100% nitrogen oxides
- 0.00025% neon
- 0.000081% semi-heavy water
- 0.00003% krypton
- 0.00001% xenon