How Big Is Mars?

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Also known as the 'Red planet', it covers a diameter that is half to that of Earth or 3396 kilometers at the equator and 3376 kilometers at the poles.
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Mars is just over half the size of Earth, about 53% as big. The diameter of Mars is 4,220 miles, and at the equator the Earth is 7,962 miles in diameter.
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