The sun appears noticeably dimmer from Mars due to the planet's greater distance from it.

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Dimmer Glow

Dimmer Glow

By Dipak Jaiswal             09 Aug 2023

The sun seems smaller in the Martian sky, appearing about two-thirds the size it does from Earth.

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Smaller Size

Smaller Size

The sunlight takes on a slightly reddish-orange hue as it passes through Mars' thin atmosphere.

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Orange Hue

Orange Hue

The light on Mars is less intense, creating softer shadows and a unique lighting atmosphere.

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Less Intense Light

Less Intense Light

The sun appears more distant on Mars, casting a gentle, diffused illumination across the landscape.

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Distant Appearance

Distant Appearance

AI images reveal sunspots on the sun's surface even from Mars, though they might be less detailed.

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Distinct Sunspots

Distinct Sunspots

 Due to Mars' longer day, sunrises and sunsets unfold more gradually, painting the sky with extended beauty.

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Longer Sunrises/Sunsets

Longer Sunrises/Sunsets

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