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What Is The Temperature Range On Mars?

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The temperature range on mars is around –140 °C (−220 °F) during the polar winters and to a high of upto 20° C (70° F) in summers. These extreme temperatures are because of the thin impression which cannot stock up much of solar heat. However, some sources claim that if Mars had an Earth-like orbit, then it would definitely have a similar temperature like earth due to the similar axial tilt.

Mars is close to perihelion as it is summer in the southern hemisphere and winter in the north, and close to aphelion as it is winter in the southern hemisphere and summer in the north. Due to which, the seasons in the southern hemisphere are more tremendous, while the seasons in the northern are milder. It also has the leading dust storms in the Solar System.
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Thank you for the information, I too am researching the planet Mars for a certain project I am doing. Thank you again.
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The temprature on mars are -140degrees celcius (-220 degrees Fahrenheit) to 20 degrees celcius (70 degrees Fahrenheit)
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Hey thanks I am doing a planet report on mars and it due  2day
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Thanks I have to write a 700 word essay on mars
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I'm doing project on the solar system, and got stuck with a report because my other two project mates did the drawing... BTW just a nifty tip on neptune: It has a great dark spot

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