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Red Planet Day – November 28, 2022

Red Planet Day, November 28, recognises Mars, the planet that has fascinated human observers for thousands of years. We know Mars is red right now thanks to images sent to Earth by American rovers.

The naked human eye has been able to see the reddish tinge of the solar system’s fourth planet glinting in the night sky for ages. Little did scientists realise that the red on Mars’ surface was caused by a high preponderance of iron oxide, sometimes known as common rust. On Red Planet Day, we embrace our fascination with Mars as well as the scientific advances that have been made in comprehending the dusty planet.

HOW TO CELEBRATE RED PLANET DAY. Just a small step!

  1. Read a book on Mars. There are a plethora of them available, ranging from Ray Bradbury’s “The Martian Chronicles” to Roger Zelazny’s “Rose for Ecclesiastes.” A quick search will reveal the incredible number of novels about Mars available.
  2. View a Mars-themed film.
  3. Learn more about Mars.
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