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a small reddish planet that is the 4th from the sun and is periodically visible to the naked eye

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(Roman mythology) Roman god of war and agriculture

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The fourth planet from the sun and the Earth's nearest neighbor, Mars has long sparked the human imagination.
Current research on the fourth planet from the sun, the most studied after our home planet, is presented from recent observations from robotic reconnaissance Mars missions (e.
4 Which fourth planet from the sun in the solar system orbits between earth and Jupiter?
The fourth planet is much harder to reach but is potentially a far more rewarding destination, offering most of the raw materials needed to sustain a long-term human presence.
The fourth planet from the sun was named after the Roman god of war because its colour reminded people of blood.
On Mars, the three earthlings cause a Selenite revolt and unleash disease on the water system of the drying out fourth planet from the sun.
It is the fourth planet in order of distance from the Sun.
Towering volcanoes, sprawling fields of ice, deep craters and high clouds can all be seen in this astonishing picture of the solar system's fourth planet.
n Mars is the fourth planet from the sun with an orbit roughly 142 million miles away.
The public's love affair with the fourth planet from the sun has waxed and waned over the years.
Mars, Earth's outer neighbour, is the fourth planet from the Sun.
In late 1996, Wolszczan presented evidence of a fourth planet orbiting PSR B1257+12, describing it as "a Saturn-like planet in a Pluto-like orbit.