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Mars Planet Poster

   

The Planet Posters make great science posters for any classroom.

 

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Planet Mars Poster Information

Poster comes in one size - 43cm x 60cm / 17in x 23.6in.
Posters are printed on high quality "Photo-Matt PP" paper and laminated on both sides. They can be washed with a wet rag and detergent and are near tear-proof.
Discounts available for schools, teachers and museums on orders of 5 or more. We can also print custom sizes. Email us on Contact page for more details.

 

Planet Information:

Perihelion: (Closet to Sun) 206,669,000 km
Scientific Notation: 1.381 A.U.
By Comparison: 1.404 x Earth
Aphelion: (Furthest from Sun) 249,209,300 km
Scientific Notation: 1.666 A.U.
By Comparison: 1.638 x Earth
Equatorial Radius: 3,396.2 km
Scientific Notation: 3.397 x 103 km
By Comparison: 0.5326 x Earth
Mass: 641,850,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Scientific Notation: 6.4185 x 1023 kg
By Comparison: 0.10744 x Earth
Sidereal Rotation Period: (Length of Day)
1.026 Earth days / 24.62 hours
By Comparison: 23.934 x Earth

Sidereal Orbit Period: (Length of Year)
1.8807 Earth years / 686.93 Earth days
Min./Max. Surface Temperature:

-87°C / -5°C
Scientific Notation: 186/268 K
Satellites: (Moons) 2

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A large poster print of Mars.
View of a Valles Marineris from the poster. Largest canyon system on Mars and in the Solar System

 

Planet Notes:

Of all the planets in the Solar System other than Earth, Mars is the most likely to harbor water, and perhaps life. In addition the Mars meteorite ALH 84001 perhaps contains evidence for microscopic fossils of Martian bacteria. This find still remains controversial though.

 

Image Notes:

Created on February 22, 1980 by the Viking 1 Orbiter. The image is centered on the 3000 km long and up to 8 km deep Valles Marineris. On the left can be seen the three Tharsis volcanoes


Image Credit: NASA

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