Mission to Mars
There is a whole new world on planet mars
The purpose of the Mission to Mars.
Your day is 40 minutes longer
The view is spectacular, with soaring mountains and expanse of red rocks
The tempumpercher is welcoming it is not too hot it is not too cold
We will have more space for human, plant, and animal life
The technology NASA develops to get there could improve life on Earth
The similarities and differences between Earth and Mars
- Earth has one moon with phase of the moon, lunar, and solar eclipses
- The tilt is 23.5 degrees.
- Has tides because their is water and the moons gravity pull.
- It takes the Earth 24 hours for one rotation.
- Mars has two moons named Phobos and Deimos.
- They do not have phases of the moon and solar eclipses but they do have Lunar eclipses often.
- The tilt is 25 degrees.
- Does not have tide s the water is frozen and the moons do not have a gravitational pull.
- It takes Mars 24.6 hours to rotation.
They both have day and night
They both have seasons
It takes 35 million miles to get to Mars from Earth and back again
Some of our top workers are Makayla, Willow and Abigail
Guaranteed to see new and different things
Three different landforms/ physical characteristics of the planet.
Olympus is the largest volcano in the solar system. Mons Olympus stands 24 km (17 miles) high and is rimmed by a cliff 6 km high. It is 3 times taller than our tallest mountain, Mount Everest.
Valles Marineris is a series of canyons that stretch 4,000 km (2,500 miles) which is from New York to Los Angeles on Earth. It is 2-7 km deep which is 3 times deeper than the Grand Canyon
Tharsis is a giant bulge on Mars’ surface that is 4,000 km across and about 10 km high. Olympus Mons is located near Tharsis.