Subject: If you sent something with iron on it to Mars, would it rust?
Date: Tue Jun 15 14:21:42 1999
Posted by Lindsey
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Astronomy
The soil on Mars is said to be red/brown because it contains iron
oxide (rust), so could it be safe to say that there might have
once been large amounts of iron on Mars' surface? Also, if there
was iron on Mars, wouldn't it have had to have rained for it to
rust? Thanks for helping!
Re: If you sent something with iron on it to Mars, would it rust?
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