Mars gets closest to Earth on July 31: What is Mars' opposition?The perihelic opposition happens when Mars is at the nearest point to the Sun in its orbit, which happened on July 27 in 2018 - the night of the lunar eclipse. At that time, the gap between the two planets was greater than it will be tomorrow.
Even though some water may have been discovered there, Mars has less than 1% of the atmospheric pressure of that on Earth.
One potential option of terraforming the Red Planet was to release the carbon dioxide trapped within the planet to thicken the atmosphere, keeping the planet warm enough to sustain liquid water, in exactly the same way greenhouse gasses build up on Earth.
Mars and the Earth will today come closer than they have for over a decade today. In this case, Mars appears opposite the sun, and is said to be in "opposition".
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Mars which is already brighter than usual, will shine even more and will appear to be bigger on Tuesday. In the case of Mars, its brightest shades of red or orange will be visible.
In 2003, Mars and Earth were at their closest in almost 60,000 years, coming within 34.6 million miles of each other.
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This phenomenon is expected to occur next in 2034. The observatory expect a few thousand people will stop by and use their telescopes to see the red planet. The moon and Mars were visible beside each other, and both celestial bodies were visible in shades of red.
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You should be able to see Mars with your own eyes this morning - weather permitting of course - until around 9am GMT.
"Global dust storms - lasting for weeks or months - tend to happen during the spring and summer in the southern hemisphere, when Mars is closest to the Sun and heating is at a maximum to generate winds".
One way of doing this was to drop thermonuclear bombs at the planet's poles - an idea which had gained the backing of many experts including Elon Musk. The spectacle can be witnessed online on a YouTube live stream. At the time, Mars and Earth will be 38.6 million miles (62.1 million km) apart.
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