Welcome to Mars

you may be asking your self how will going to mars be different from earth asking what will the temperature be or how will day night cycle work we will answer these questions below.

Day and NIght

The day and night cycle does not change much on mars but there is a extra 40 min on mars so the day will be 24h40m0sec there is a extra 40 min because the rotation is a little slower the reason the rotation is slower is because mars is about the size of earth without it's oceans and just the land the rotation is slower because of its orbit.


There are no tides on mars because there is no standing water.

The year on mars

The year on mars year is much longer because of its orbital path around the sun it. Is so much longer that it is nearly twice as long as earths year. With 687 days a year mars has a very long year.

The moon

The moon pashas on mars are different from earth because they have 2 moons Phobos and demos they also are moving very rapidly Phobos even orbits mars every 7 minutes because of how small it is because of this unique size and orbit time the phases of the moon are very fast.

Seasons on Mars

There are seasons on mars four distinct seasons fall spring winter and summer there are four because of its rotation and tilt on its axis and its orbit around the sun but mars can still be very cold reaching temperatures of -123 degrees Celsius but can reach 20 degrees Celsius on a summer day.


Eclipses on mars are different then earth for a few reasons. They do not cover the entire sun and the duration of the eclipse is very short the reason for this is the moons are very small and have a very short period of orbit.

Comparison Of Mars To Earth

One of the hardest thing to adjust to would be that the year on mars is over 300 days longer then Earths year. Getting food and water on mars would be harder because of its cold temperatures and the fact that it does not have standing water. But Earth and Mars both have a atmosphere that keeps in some heat. That is the comparison of The planet Earth to the Planet Mars.