What Is Mars Position in the Solar System?

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Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and the seventh largest of all the other planets. It is a terrestrial planet and its surface features impact craters of the Moon, volcanoes, valleys, deserts, and polar ice caps similar to those of the Earth.
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Mars is between Earth and Jupiter/the asteroid belt
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For centuries it was thought that the Earth was the center of the solar system and that the Sun and planets revolved around it. As astronomers began to figure out that Earth orbited
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It is 50% further away from the sun than earth is. 1.5 AU for Mars - 1 AU for earth. So it gets less solar energy band is colder as a result. Double the distance, the energy received
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With the Sun at the center it goes.Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars,
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