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Last Post 10/24/2019 10:33 AM by  Mitzi Adams
Aurora on Mars?
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10/24/2019 7:12 AM

    Can a person see an aurora on Mars?

    Andi K
    Tags: aurora

    Mitzi Adams

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    10/24/2019 10:33 AM
    Probably not. Mars does have residual magnetic field, but not a global one, and its atmosphere is pretty thin. There might be some sky glow, but it is possible it might be visible only with scientific instruments.
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