Mars

6.4169x1023kg it takes 6.65 mars will fit into earth

It takes 687 earth days to orbit the sun

Mars has 2 moons phobos deimos

100 thin thans earth -85f it is realy cold k

Earth bast tealiscope 

This is the huble space craft image from whin it pased by in 1995

Mars is the fourth planet from the sun. Befitting the red planet's bloody color, the Romans named it after their god of war. The Romans copied the ancient Greeks, who also named the planet after their god of war, Ares. Other civilizations also typically gave the planet names based on its color — for example, the Egyptians named it "Her Desher," meaning "the red one," while ancient Chinese astronomers dubbed it "the fire star."

It takes mars 24.37.22 to rotate once

36space crafts have past mars

 and this is an image from the space crafts. that have past by.

Launch Date

Name

Country

Result

Reason

1 1960 Korabl 4 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

2 1960 Korabl 5 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

3 1962 Korabl 11 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

4 1962 Mars 1 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio Failed

5 1962 Korabl 13 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

6 1964 Mariner 3 US (flyby) Failure Shroud failed to jettison

7 1964 Mariner 4 US (flyby) Success Returned 21 images

8 1964 Zond 2 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio failed

9 1969 Mars 1

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Launch Date

Name

Country

Result

Reason

1 1960 Korabl 4 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

2 1960 Korabl 5 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

3 1962 Korabl 11 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

4 1962 Mars 1 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio Failed

5 1962 Korabl 13 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

6 1964 Mariner 3 US (flyby) Failure Shroud failed to jettison

7 1964 Mariner 4 US (flyby) Success Returned 21 images

8 1964 Zond 2 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio failed

9 1969 Mars 1969A USSR Failure Launch vehicle failure

10 1969 Mars 1969B USSR Failure Launch vehicle failure

11 1969 Mariner 6 US (flyby) Success Returned 75 images

12 1969 Mariner 7 US (flyby) Success Returned 126 images

13 1971 Mariner 8 US Failure Launch failure

14 1971 Kosmos 419 USSR Failure Achieved Earth orbit only

15 1971 Mars 2 Orbiter/Lander USSR Failure Orbiter arrived, but no useful data and Lander destroyed

16 1971 Mars 3 Orbiter/Lander USSR Success Orbiter obtained approximately 8 months of data and lander landed safely, but only 20 seconds of data

17 1971 Mariner 9 US Success Returned 7,329 images

18 1973 Mars 4 USSR

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Launch Date

Name

Country

Result

Reason

1 1960 Korabl 4 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

2 1960 Korabl 5 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

3 1962 Korabl 11 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

4 1962 Mars 1 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio Failed

5 1962 Korabl 13 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

6 1964 Mariner 3 US (flyby) Failure Shroud failed to jettison

7 1964 Mariner 4 US (flyby) Success Returned 21 images

8 1964 Zond 2 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio failed

9 1969 Mars 1969A USSR Failure Launch vehicle failure

10 1969 Mars 1969B USSR Failure Launch vehicle failure

11 1969 Mariner 6 US (flyby) Success Returned 75 images

12 1969 Mariner 7 US (flyby) Success Returned 126 images

13 1971 Mariner 8 US Failure Launch failure

14 1971 Kosmos 419 USSR Failure Achieved Earth orbit only

15 1971 Mars 2 Orbiter/Lander USSR Failure Orbiter arrived, but no useful data and Lander destroyed

16 1971 Mars 3 Orbiter/Lander USSR Success Orbiter obtained approximately 8 months of data and lander landed safely, but only 20 seconds of data

17 1971 Mariner 9 US Success Returned 7,329 images

18 1973 Mars 4 USSR

#

Launch Date

Name

Country

Result

Reason

1 1960 Korabl 4 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

2 1960 Korabl 5 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

3 1962 Korabl 11 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

4 1962 Mars 1 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio Failed

5 1962 Korabl 13 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

6 1964 Mariner 3 US (flyby) Failure Shroud failed to jettison

7 1964 Mariner 4 US (flyby) Success Returned 21 images

8 1964 Zond 2 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio failed

9 1969 Mars 1969A USSR Failure Launch vehicle failure

10 1969 Mars 1969B USSR Failure Launch vehicle failure

11 1969 Mariner 6 US (flyby) Success Returned 75 images

12 1969 Mariner 7 US (flyby) Success Returned 126 images

13 1971 Mariner 8 US Failure Launch failure

14 1971 Kosmos 419 USSR Failure Achieved Earth orbit only

15 1971 Mars 2 Orbiter/Lander USSR Failure Orbiter arrived, but no useful data and Lander destroyed

16 1971 Mars 3 Orbiter/Lander USSR Success Orbiter obtained approximately 8 months of data and lander landed safely, but only 20 seconds of data

17 1971 Mariner 9 US Success Returned 7,329 images

18 1973 Mars 4 USSR Failure Flew past Mars

19 1973 Mars 5 USSR Success Returned 60 images; only lasted 9 days

20 1973 Mars 6 Orbiter/Lander USSR Success/Failure Occultation experiment produced data and Lander failure on descent

21 1973 Mars 7 Lander USSR Failure Missed planet; now in solar orbit.

22 1975 Viking 1 Orbiter/Lander US Success Located landing site for Lander and first successful landing on Mars

23 1975 Viking 2 Orbiter/Lander US Success Returned 16,000 images and extensive atmospheric data and

#

Launch Date

Name

Country

Result

Reason

1 1960 Korabl 4 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

2 1960 Korabl 5 USSR (flyby) Failure Didn't reach Earth orbit

3 1962 Korabl 11 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

4 1962 Mars 1 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio Failed

5 1962 Korabl 13 USSR (flyby) Failure Earth orbit only; spacecraft broke apart

6 1964 Mariner 3 US (flyby) Failure Shroud failed to jettison

7 1964 Mariner 4 US (flyby) Success Returned 21 images

8 1964 Zond 2 USSR (flyby) Failure Radio failed

9 1969 Mars 1969A USSR Failure Launch vehicle failure

10 1969 Mars 1969B USSR Failure Launch vehicle failure

11 1969 Mariner 6 US (flyby) Success Returned 75 images

12 1969 Mariner 7 US (flyby) Success Returned 126 images

13 1971 Mariner 8 US Failure Launch failure

14 1971 Kosmos 419 USSR Failure Achieved Earth orbit only

15 1971 Mars 2 Orbiter/Lander USSR Failure Orbiter arrived, but no useful data and Lander destroyed

16 1971 Mars 3 Orbiter/Lander USSR Success Orbiter obtained approximately 8 months of data and lander landed safely, but only 20 seconds of data

17 1971 Mariner 9 US Success Returned 7,329 images

18 1973 Mars 4 USSR Failure Flew past Mars

19 1973 Mars 5 USSR Success Returned 60 images; only lasted 9 days

20 1973 Mars 6 Orbiter/Lander USSR Success/Failure Occultation experiment produced data and Lander failure on descent

21 1973 Mars 7 Lander USSR Failure Missed planet; now in solar orbit.

22 1975 Viking 1 Orbiter/Lander US Success Located landing site for Lander and first successful landing on Mars

23 1975 Viking 2 Orbiter/Lander US Success Returned 16,000 images and extensive atmospheric data and soil experiments

24 1988 Phobos 1 Orbiter USSR Failure Lost en route to Mars

25 1988 Phobos 2 Orbiter/Lander USSR Failure Lost near Phobos

26 1992 Mars Observer US Failure Lost prior to Mars arrival

27 1996 Mars Global Surveyor US Success More images than all Mars Missions

28 1996 Mars 96 Russia Failure Launch vehicle failure

29 1996 Mars Pathfinder US Success Technology experiment lasting 5 times longer than warranty

30 1998 Nozomi Japan Failure No orbit insertion; fuel problems

31 1998 Mars Climate Orbiter US Failure Lost on arrival

32 1999 Mars Polar Lander US Failure Lost on arrival

33 1999 Deep Space 2 Probes (2) US Failure Lost on arrival (carried on Mars Polar Lander)

34 2001 Mars Odyssey US Success High resolution images of Mars

35 2003 Mars Express Orbiter/Beagle 2 Lander ESA Success/Failure Orbiter imaging Mars in detail and lander lost on arrival

36 2003 Mars Exploration Rover - Spirit US Success Operating lifetime of more than 15 times original warranty

37 2003 Mars Exploration Rover - Opportunity US Success Operating lifetime of more than 15 times original warranty

38 2005 Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter US Success Returned more than 26 terabits of data (more than all other Mars missions combined)

39 2007 Phoenix Mars Lander US Success Returned more than 25 gigabits of data

40 2011 Mars Science Laboratory US Success Exploring Mars' habitability

41 2011 Phobos-Grunt/Yinghuo-1 Russia/China Failure Stranded in Earth orbit

42 2013 Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution US Success Studying the Martian atmosphere

43 2013 Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) India Success Develop interplanetary technologies and explore Mars'

7 1996 Mars Global Surveyor US Success More images than all Mars Missions

28 1996 Mars 96 Russia Failure Launch vehicle failure

29 1996 Mars Pathfinder US Success Technology experiment lasting 5 times longer than warranty

30 1998 Nozomi Japan Failure No orbit insertion; fuel problems

31 1998 Mars Climate Orbiter US Failure Lost on arrival

32 1999 Mars Polar Lander US Failure Lost on arrival

33 1999 Deep Space 2 Probes (2) US Failure Lost on arrival (carried on Mars Polar Lander)

34 2001 Mars Odyssey US Success High resolution images of Mars

35 2003 Mars Express Orbiter/Beagle 2 Lander ESA Success/Failure Orbiter imaging Mars in detail and lander lost on arrival

36 2003 Mars Exploration Rover - Spirit US Success Operating lifetime of more than 15 times original warranty

37 2003 Mars Exploration Rover - Opportunity US Success Operating lifetime of more than 15 times original warranty

38 2005 Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter US Success Returned more than 26 terabits of data (more than all other Mars missions combined)

39 2007 Phoenix Mars Lander US Success Returned more than 25 gigabits of data

40 2011 Mars Science Laboratory US Success Exploring Mars' habitability

41 2011 Phobos-Grunt/Yinghuo-1 Russia/China Failure Stranded in Earth orbit

42 2013 Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution US Success Studying the Martian atmosphere

43 2013 Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) India

7 1996 Mars Global Surveyor US Success More images than all Mars Missions

28 1996 Mars 96 Russia Failure Launch vehicle failure

29 1996 Mars Pathfinder US Success Technology experiment lasting 5 times longer than warranty

30 1998 Nozomi Japan Failure No orbit insertion; fuel problems

31 1998 Mars Climate Orbiter US Failure Lost on arrival

32 1999 Mars Polar Lander US Failure Lost on arrival

33 1999 Deep Space 2 Probes (2) US Failure Lost on arrival (carried on Mars Polar Lander)

34 2001 Mars Odyssey US Success High resolution images of Mars

35 2003 Mars Express Orbiter/Beagle 2 Lander ESA Success/Failure Orbiter imaging Mars in detail and lander lost on arrival

36 2003 Mars Exploration Rover - Spirit US Success Operating lifetime of more than 15 times original warranty

37 2003 Mars Exploration Rover - Opportunity US Success Operating lifetime of more than 15 times original warranty

38 2005 Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter US Success Returned more than 26 terabits of data (more than all other Mars missions combined)

39 2007 Phoenix Mars Lander US Success Returned more than 25 gigabits of data

40 2011 Mars Science Laboratory US Success Exploring Mars' habitability

41 2011 Phobos-Grunt/Yinghuo-1 Russia/China Failure Stranded in Earth orbit

42 2013 Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution US Success Studying the Martian atmosphere

43 2013 Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) India

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it is the red planet and it is my favorite planet

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