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People living on Mars today would have a very different experience than people on Earth, scientists have found.
A team led by MIT’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the University of California, Berkeley, have found that people living on the Red Planet would experience vastly different physical and emotional states than people living in other parts of the Solar System.
Scientists studying the Martian environment on the planet said they found that the Red Moon has a significant impact on the human experience.
They also found that when Mars was in the sun, the atmosphere was thin, which made the atmosphere more volatile.
“Our results suggest that Mars’ atmosphere is not just a nuisance, but can also be a source of health benefits,” lead author of the study, JPL Associate Professor Daniel J. Riedel, said in a statement.
In the paper, the team found that Mars has a strong greenhouse effect.
A small amount of water on Mars can become so warm that it evaporates into space, and if that water is inhaled, it can cause respiratory problems.
The team also found signs of elevated CO 2 levels in the atmosphere on Mars.
While most of the planet is covered in ice, Mars has plenty of liquid water.
The researchers also found evidence that Mars was warmer in the early days of the solar system than it is today.
As the Red Moons orbit around the planet, they are often seen in the sky, sometimes appearing as bright stars, and sometimes as tiny craters.