The mysterious red planet has for centuries attracted human imagination. Although a small planet, Mars is Earthlike in many ways. It has yawning canyons, vast dune fields, and soaring volcanoes, but it is the evidence of water on its surface that has compelled so many astronomers. Through the years, Mars has inspired the launching of more space probes than any other planet in the solar system. Did Mars ever have life? Is there life there now? We don't have the answers to these questions...yet. Book jacket.
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|display_description||Chronicles the discovery and explorations of the planet Mars and discusses each of its moons, its place in the solar system, and more.|
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|record_details||ils:CARL0000557146|Book|Books||English|Twenty-First Century,|2006.|96 p. : ill. (some col.), col. map, ports. ; 23 x 29 cm.|
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|title_full||Mars / [by] Ron Miller|