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    Am i into colonization, find out in 2024-2030! but why do they wanna colonize meh?
     
    Marsball

    Marsball is a chocolate bar a planet colony of USAball March in French the 4th planet in the solar system and is the main target of Earthball, numerous spacecrafts, unmanned and future manned missions.

    It has 144,798,500 km² of surface area. Marsball can into the second biggest mountain in the solar system, Olympus Mons (before Rheasilvia on asteroid Vestaball). Also rumored to have pyramids and a giant face, but USAball insist just shadows.

    In 2015, NASA officially claimed that they have discovered liquid water on Marsball's surface. Humans will come here at the earliest in 2030s thanks to SpaceX.

    Composition

    One of his striking features is  his red-orange surface, which results from the presence of iron oxides. Otherwise, his composition should be rather similar to  Earthball and Venusball, with a metallic core and a silicate mantle.

    Surface Features

    Marsball holds many surface features that are of particular interest for scientists such as yummy chocolate. With a (relatively) thick atmosphere like Sovietball, his surface is constantly changing through weathering and erosion. However, with the absence of plate tectonics or volcanic activity, as well as the lack of liquid water, many of his features are exclusive only to him.

    There is a formation that has the appearance of Morse code. If "decoded," NEE NED ZB 6TNN DEIBEDH SIEFI EBEEE SSIEI ESEE SEEE!! [1]

    Liquid Water

    Marsball has long been assumed to hold liquid water. However, many countryballs were disappointed when lander probes sent back evidence of a dry, desolate world. However, in 2015, NASA announced that liquid water exists on Marsball's surface, albeit for very short periods of time. It is thought the water comes from underground ice reservoirs, which melt. The water is then drawn up to the surface where it can flow, before it literally vaporizes, freezes, and sublimates all at once. There used to be oceans on Marsball's surface, but the water was anschlussed by Sunball.

    Orbit - Rotation

    Its orbital period is 687 Earth days.His solar day is only slightly larger than a day on Earth: 24 hours, 39 minutes and 35,244 seconds. TBA

    Moons

    Marsball has two moons; both are captured asteroids.

    1. Phobosball -
    2. Deimosball -

    Personality

    Marsball is violent and reactionary, often crashing into Earthball if a countryball attacks or threatens him and will sometimes throw meteors at approaching spacecraft if they contain a reality TV show set.

    Who can into Mars?

    • USAball - Probes and rovers, was of first to orbit and land success complete!
    • Soviet Unionball and Russiaball - Orbiters and first lander.
    • EUball - All of Europe (UK, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, etc.). Is also known as ESAball. (We can into findings 6balls on Mars).
    • Indiaball - First attempt success? I am of impressed. Has more plans.
    • Chinaball - My rover Zhurong landed in mars,
    • Japanball - Tried and failed. But will be here soon.
    • UAEball - Want to be a first Muslim country, who send their space probably here in 2021, because they are so futuristic. Can and already into Mars (February 9, 2021)

    How to draw

    A real-life photo of Mars for reference. This true color image was taken by the Hope' orbiter.
    1. Draw a circle.
    2. Color it rusty red.
    3. Add geographic features, like Olympus Mons and Valles Marineris.
    4. Draw the eyes, and you've finished.

    Gallery

    Polandball Wiki has a gallery of artwork, comics, GIFs, and videos of Marsball.

    Click here to see it.



    References

    zh:火星球

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