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It is not surprising that the Moon and Mars have very different surface features. The Moon has a low gravity, so impacts are less energetic than on Mars. This leads to a much more heavily cratered surface on the moon.
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I have always been fascinated with our solar system because it teaches us about history – things that happened billions of years ago when no humans existed yet! I also love astronomy because we can study other stars as well as planets from Earth without having to travel there ourselves (which would take hundreds of thousands of years).
I also love astronomy because we can study other stars as well as planets from Earth without having to travel there ourselves (which would take hundreds of thousands of years).
The Moon and Mars are fascinating bodies in our solar system, yet they differ surprisingly when it comes to their surface features. When you compare regions on the Moon with heavily cratered areas that have been called “basins” or “maria” with those on Mars, which is less cratered than the moon, then one conclusion might be that some process has caused more impact events on the lunar region such as asteroids smashing into its surface while very few collisions happened on Martian soil.
In order for an asteroid collision to happen, two conditions must be met. First, the asteroid must be large enough to survive a gravitational close encounter with Earth and divert it off its course; second, the object must not have been ejected from our solar system by other planets like Jupiter.
It is thought that this process has happened on Mars because many of these heavily cratered areas are older than 500 million years old but there are some exceptions where new craters appear occasionally in less-cratered regions at times when they would not have been expected due to any known natural extinction events such as volcanic eruptions or impacts. This means that an unknown event might still happen today on Mars which could involve asteroids colliding into its surface while we do know about more well-known processes happening here on Earth.
This means there is the possibility for life on Mars to exist in some form or another. It just might not be what we expect. There may also be clues as to how it manages on a planet that has so much less air and water than earth, such as hibernation strategies or forms of photosynthesis which are different from those found here. This would suggest that if humans were to send an exploratory mission out into space one day with all the things needed for survival, they could extend their stay by exploring this region of our solar system without worrying about coming back because resources will run low sooner rather than later.
The Moon and Mars: Not as heavily cratered when we see a region of a planet that is not as heavily cratered as other regions, we conclude that the possibility for life on Mars to exist in some form or another. It just might not be what we expect. There may also be clues as to how it manages on a planet that has so much less air and water than earth, such as hibernation strategies or forms of photosynthesis which are different from those found here. This would suggest that if humans were to send an exploratory mission out into space one day with all the things needed for survival, they could extend their stay by exploring this region of our solar system without worrying about coming back because resources will run low sooner rather than later. -there is no evidence of any large bodies of liquid (i.e., oceans) anywhere