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An object moving along the line that passes from Mars and Deimos, will be attracted towards Deimos or towards Mars depending on its location with respect to the L1 Lagrange point. If Mars' mass is $M_M$, Deimos' is $M_D$ and Deimos' orbital radius is $d$ (Deimos' orbit has a very small eccentricity), the location of the L1 point can be found from: $$r_{L1} = ...


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The angle MSP is the inclination of Mars relative to the ecliptic plane. This is 1.851 degrees The angle MEP is the Ecliptic latitude of Mars from Earth. This angle can be greater than 1.851 degrees. M S-----------------E--------------P S is the sun E is the Earth, M is Mars and SP is the plane of the ecliptic in this cross-...


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Mars has pools of water that can create into organisms, but not survive without sunlight and water for the both. But water lives in layers of rocks too. And what about different forms of evolution like why do we need to be considering this one type of organism? Because its water? Him more thinking. Perhaps there a certain line up of organisms that can evolve ...


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