Observing a seasonal phenomenon has its own special appeal on Mars. As the planet's rotational axis has a slightly greater inclination to that of Earth, our planetary neighbour experiences distinct seasons too – except these last around twice as long since it takes nearly two Earth years for Mars to orbit the Sun.
Please enter the characters from the image above.
Alle mit * gekennzeichneten Felder müssen ausgefüllt werden.
Back to article
DLR respects the confidentiality of your details and will not pass them on to third parties.