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IN THE PICTURE. So can see sunrise and sunset on Mars look like
Science The Marslander InSight of the American space agency NASA has images sent to Earth from a sunrise and a sunset on the Red Planet.

The images were a week ago, taken with a camera on the robotic arm of the spacecraft, on the 145ste sol of the mission. A sol is a day on Mars. That lasts 24 hours, 39 minutes and 32.5 seconds, which is about 2.7% longer than a day on Earth.

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the pictures of The sunrise were taken around 5.30 pm local time on Mars, which is of the sunset at 18.30. A camera under the deck of the Marslander also made beautiful pictures of the clouds in the sky around sunset. the

The sun on Mars looks a lot smaller than on Earth and that is logical. The distance from the sun to the Earth is 150 million kilometers, the distance from the sun to Mars is 228 million kilometers. That greater distance means that the sun on Mars is a third smaller look than with us. (read on below)

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