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Day and Night on Mars

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  • 20 Oct, 2010  |
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№1 Author: adzhoe (21 Oct 2010 03:28) Total user comments: 14959


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Awesome!
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№2 Author: polo (21 Oct 2010 03:33) Total user comments: 174


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Amazing! at night, does the sky on earth look the same?
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№3 Author: astroboy3000 (21 Oct 2010 05:59) Total user comments: 2543


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i feel small.
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№4 Author: miscellaneous (21 Oct 2010 06:35) Total user comments: 4179


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I hope we send people there in my lifetime. 92
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№5 Author: Link was here (21 Oct 2010 07:56) Total user comments: 1329


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Beautiful! Especially the night sky! 15

P.S. This makes you wonder why during the Apollo missions on the Moon there were no stars... 51
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№6 Author: NASh (21 Oct 2010 11:22) Total user comments: 160


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wow... 04
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№7 Author: samedru (21 Oct 2010 11:56) Total user comments: 520


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polo,
nope...the stars are positioned a little different and because there is no air and very little atmosphere their brighter
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№8 Author: salsapopo (21 Oct 2010 12:45) Total user comments: 12723


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amazing 15
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№9 Author: nico (21 Oct 2010 14:12) Total user comments: 3050


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Really amazing 04
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№10 Author: regisk (21 Oct 2010 14:19) Total user comments: 82


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Seems fake to me, cause there's no blue sky on mars, it's red!
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№11 Author: 2fuzzy (21 Oct 2010 14:59) Total user comments: 10400


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Great view!
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№12 Author: cigraphics (21 Oct 2010 15:39) Total user comments: 43


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It's fake. The sky can't be blue on mars because there is no water and oxygen in the atmosphere. AND Mars atmosphere is almost gone since mars has lower gravity
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№13 Author: Ty Webb (21 Oct 2010 16:35) Total user comments: 6156


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There were no stars in the PICTURES from the Apollo missions because the Camera's and film were not sensitive enough to counter the brightness of exposure to the sun. Neil and Buzz saw plenty of stars ..... they just do not have any pictures of it.
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№14 Author: elunicotomas (21 Oct 2010 16:39) Total user comments: 1680


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№15 Author: joffenbaker (21 Oct 2010 17:11) Total user comments: 4965


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Could not find ORION> must be southern hemi
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№16 Author: Link was here (21 Oct 2010 19:38) Total user comments: 1329


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cigraphics,

Contrary to popular belief, there IS water on Mars! Obviously, it's in small quantities, but it can be found in all three states of matter, thus in the atmosphere too. Furthermore, the sky is blue or bluish at some points depending on the weather. At the bottom of my comment there is a link to a color photo taken on May 18, 1979 by Viking Lander 2 showing both water in solid form and a bluish sky. The image of a red Mars ski has been imprinted in our minds by movies and TV shows.


Ty Webb

I didn't know that explanation...

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



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