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Cristian's Book on Mars

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BC: by:cristian

FC: My work is with mars mars | name: cristian

1: A mars is the 4th planet from the sun. Mars is called the red planet. The mars color is red. Mars looked like desert. Mars has deep canyous and hose volcanoes.

2: A trip to mars from earth takes about six mounts . More spacecraft have explouded. Mars have any other planet. The airon mars is thinand cold. people could not breathe the air mars most scientists agree that life may have existed on mars in the past. | A trip to mars from earth takes about six mounts . More spacecraft have explouded. Mars have any other planet. The airon mars is thinand cold. people could not breathe the air mars most scientists agree that life may have existed on mars in the past. | A trip to mars from earth takes about six mounts . More spacecraft have explouded. Mars have any other planet. The airon mars is thinand cold. people could not breathe the air mars most scientists agree that life may have existed on mars in the past. | A trip to mars from earth takes about six mounts . More spacecraft have explouded. Mars have any other planet. The airon mars is thinand cold. people could not breathe the air mars most scientists agree that life may have existed on mars in the past.

3: Dust stams happen fter on mars they can cover mars has interested us so far , though, it has been hardto find solid ovedrce that ather life is on mars.

4: Earth and Mars

5: Picture of mars | mars | mars | mars

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