The Martian atmosphere has the following gases:
96% carbon dioxide
For comparison, the Earth's atmosphere is:
You might notice there's not a lot of oxygen on
Mars, which would make life difficult for humans.
However, there are many things that can live
without oxygen, and you might imagine that Mars
would be really good for plants! In fact, people
have imagined transforming the atmosphere of Mars
into something that is much more like the Earth.
Thank you for your question!
Mars has a lot of different gases in its
atmosphere. Its atmosphere is about 95.32% Carbon
Dioxide, 2.7% Nitrogen, and 1.6% Argon, 0.13%
Oxygen, 0.07% Carbon Monoxide, 0.03% Water vapor,
0.0013% Nitric Oxide, and some trace gases
(krypton, methane, etc.) Different sources have
different numbers, but they're around the same
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