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View Full Version : Martian Teardrop: Here’s How The Sun Moves Over A Red Planet Year



Fraser
2014-Dec-15, 04:10 PM
Stand in the same spot every day. Take a picture of the Sun. What happens? Slowly, you see our closest star shifting positions in the sky. That motion over an entire year is called an analemma. The Opportunity rover on Mars even captured one on the Red Planet, which you can see above, and it’s […]

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