10 lines on Mars (for Children and Students)

By Anirban Saha

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Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and, like Earth, is a terrestrial planet. The Red Planet has two small moons, Phobos and Deimos. Mars has a thin atmosphere made up mainly of carbon dioxide and nitrogen. 

It lacks significant resources to support human life, but it may have been able to offer some support for primitive forms of life.

 Let’s have some important things about Mars through the sets of 10 lines on Mars below.

Let’s get started!

10 Lines on Mars(Set 1)

  1. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and the closest planet to Earth.
  2. It is covered by a thin atmosphere of carbon dioxide forming the major part and the rest with Nitrogen and Argon.
  3. There are two moons of Mars – Phobos & Deimos.
  4. Phobos is the inner moon and Deimos is the outer moon.
  5. It has an elliptical orbit around the Sun.
  6. Mars is the second planet from the Sun to undergo geological evolution.
  7. Mars has the lowest atmospheric pressure of all the planets of the Solar System.
  8. The surface of Mars has a hard rocky topography.
  9. The surface is covered with ancient dust.
  10. There are many water deposits on the surface of Mars which are believed to be formed by the water evaporated from the ground.

10 Lines on Mars(Set 2)

  1. Mars is the Fourth Planet from the Sun in the solar system.
  2. It is known as the Red Planet.
  3. It has two small moons, Phobos and Deimos. (Trusted Source)
  4. Mars has been extensively explored by robotic spacecraft, including orbiters, landers, and rovers. 
  5. The atmosphere on Mars is very thin with 96% Carbon dioxide and remaining Nitrogen and Argon.
  6. It has a small amount of Oxygen(O2) and water vapour.
  7. Mars is nearly half of the size of Earth.
  8. It completes one rotation in 24.6 hours i.e one day on Mars is 24.6 hours.
  9. It revolves around the Sun in 687 earth days.
  10. The surface of Mars has Volcanoes, Canyons, and craters just like the Earth.
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