What color is Mars?

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Mars is a reddish color, which comes from the rusty rocks on the surface of Mars.
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Mars is red-orange.
This color comes from rusty rocks on the surface since the clouds are rare and thin.
Other Planets:
Mars is the fourth planet in our solar system and is often referred to as the Red planet because of its ruddy (reddish-orange) surface or as it is called at times the Orange plant. There is no know life form on Mars. Mars is approximately 14 million miles from the son, and the gravity on Mars is almost four times the gravity on earth. One of the unique things about mars is that it has a reddish color sky as well. You can find more information here: http://www.goroadachi.com/etemenanki/mars-hiddencolors.htm
The color of Mars is a reddish color. That is because of the soil that is found on the planet and the light that is bounced off from the sun.
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