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Mars. By: Jacqueline Hofstetter. Symbol. How Mars got its Name. Ares: Greek god of war, identified as Roman name. Discovery. Who: by the ancients When: unknown How: unknown. Planet Measurements. Mass: 6.4169x10 23 Volume: 1.63116x10 11 km 3 Density: 3.934g/cm 3 Float or sink?

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Mars

By: Jacqueline Hofstetter

how mars got its name
How Mars got its Name
  • Ares: Greek god of war, identified as Roman name
discovery
Discovery
  • Who: by the ancients
  • When: unknown
  • How: unknown
planet measurements
Planet Measurements
  • Mass: 6.4169x10 23
  • Volume: 1.63116x1011km3
  • Density: 3.934g/cm3

Float or sink?

Sink, because the density is heaver for it to float

  • Gravity: 3.71 m/s2
atmosphere
Atmosphere

Q. What is your composition of the atmosphere of your planet? Is it a thick or a thin atmosphere?

A. Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen, Argon. It is a thin Atmosphere

distances
Distances

Order from the sun: 4th from the sun

Distance from the sun in Km: 2.2x108km

Distance from the earth in Km: 54.6 million Km

orbit and rotation
Orbit and Rotation

Q. How long does it take for your planet to orbit the sun?

  • 1.88 Earth years

Q. How long does it take for your planet to rotate on its own axis?

A. 24.622.9

t emperature
Temperature

Q. What is the temperature range on your planet?

A. 218 k ( -55c , -67F)

composition appearance
Composition/Appearance

Q. What type of planet is it( rocky or a gas giant)? How does this describe the planet’s surface composition?

  • Rocky, its puts the picture of dirt and dry surface.

Q. What is the internal composition?

  • Dense core, molten rocky mantle

Q. What does your planet look like?

  • Referred to as the red planet, canyons, volcanoes. It has water ice clouds hanging above the tharsis volcanoes. Its half the size of earth, dry and has a rocky surface.
rings
Rings

No Rings

water
Water

Q. What forms of water are found on Mars?

  • Ice, vapor

North Pole- ice cap

South Pole- no bodies of water because of atmosphere pressure

weather
Weather
  • Stormy thunder
  • Chill Atmosphere
  • Clouds of water ice winds- up to 50 mph
  • Cold- drop to -100
  • Poles- -200
m oons
Moons

Q. Is their any moons on your planet?

  • yes, 2 moons
  • phobos- Asaph Hall – August 1877
  • Deimos- Asaph Hall – August 12, 1877
human to planet
Human to planet??

Q. On your Planet, would a person choke in the atmosphere, be squashed be the extreme gravity, float with ease, freeze, burn up, or something else?

A. If people traveled to Mars they would freeze, float really high- gravity(low) and your lungs would pop.

bibliography
Bibliography

http://www.windows2universe.org/kids_space/period.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_on_Mars

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phobos_%28moon%29#Discovery