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      On Mars the Sun appears about half the size as it does on Earth: At the closest point to the Sun, the Martian southern hemisphere leans towards the Sun, causing a short, intensely hot summer, while the northern hemisphere endures a brief, cold winter: at its farthest point from the Sun, the Martian northern hemisphere leans towards the Sun, causing a long, mild summer, while the southern hemisphere endures a lengthy, cold winter.

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      Sunrise on Mars (NASA) >>> If this is real I'm joining the space program.

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      Sunrise on Mars. From a series of digital renderings by Kees Veenenbos.

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      Sunrise on Mars (NASA) Look how small the sun is.

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