|Our Place in Space: A closer Look at Mars|
This interactive feature provides younger students with basic information about Mars. Topics include the length of the Martian day, the size of the planet relative to Earth, and its gravity and atmosphere. There are also features on the search for life on Mars and what forms it might take, as well as a downloadable activity in which students conduct an 'interview' with the planet and provide the answers.
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Activity requires Adobe Acrobat reader
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DLESE Catalog ID: DLESE-000-000-005-915
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Publisher: American Museum of Natural History