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A fun site about Mars exploration, with activities and games. Pack your bags for space travel, find out how much you weigh on Mars, or make a map of the red planet.
Information on the red planet and NASA's Mars exploration programme, including missions such as Phoenix, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Spiirt and Opportunity rovers and more.
Mars Pathfinder web site, giving information on the 1997 mission to Mars.
Some great video talks, images and screensavers from the European Space Agency on why Mars is red.
All about Mars: its origins, composition, atmosphere etc. This page is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
Lots of information and images from the Spirit and Opportunity Mars rovers.
Details latest exploration plans for Mars, includes photo gallery, videos and fun stuff.
A simple but clear animation showing why Mars seems to travel one direction across the sky and move back the other way.
A good article covering why it's difficult for life to survive on Mars
A comprehensive NASA site from the Mars team, including both current and background information, images, puzzles, events, mission statements and a teacher's lounge.
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