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  1. Juanca Daver
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    is rly red?

    1. 5minutes
      5minutes at |

      According to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory… kinda. The dust and rocks on Mars have a good bit of iron, and iron turns red in the presence of oxygen (there are traces of O2 on Mars).

      However, when you’re actually on planet, it depends on where you land. Some places are brown or tan or yellow or green, depending on the minerals in the ground. The most common color planetwide, however… is butterscotch.


  2. Leony Li
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