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Are There Buildings On Mars?
Why Does NASA Always Blank Out The Horizon on photos of Mars?
NASA colors it a drab orange. In fact the atmosphere makes it a
light blue, similar to Earth. Mars is more than you know!!!!

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  • Mars has no atmosphere so it doesn’t have blue skies. There is no air, or life on Mars, it is a dead planet. It doesn’t even have a molten core, so it has no magnetosphere to protect it form the suns radiation like earth does.

    Anonymous February 9, 2019 3:04 am Reply
    • WRONG! You should have at least checked Google to verify before posting.
      Try “blue sky mars”, or “mars blue sky” on Google.
      The second ones says: “Mars has. . . a blue sunrise and sunset … During dust storms, the Mars sky goes almost black. This image shows how the sky changes as a dust storm progresses.
      Dust storms with no air?
      Guess you didn’t see the photos with buildings yet>

      Anonymous February 9, 2019 5:21 pm Reply
  • No magnetosphere? Where do you get this stuff kid?

    From DTU National Space Institute:
    This, however, does not mean that Mars does not have a magnetosphere; simply that it is less extensive than that of the Earth.

    Anonymous February 9, 2019 6:34 pm Reply

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