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What is the magnetic flux in the surface of the Mars?

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What is the magnetic flux in the surface of the Mars?

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Thanks, guto Answer: Hello Guto, The pressure on the surface of Mars is 100 times less than the pressure on Earth. The atmosphere there is 95% carbon dioxide, 2.7% nitrogen, 1.6% Argon and much less of several other gases. Oxygen is only 0.13% there. It is about 20% on Earth. The solar flux is about 43% of that at Earth. The magnetic flux at Mars is very low. One estimates says it is around 0.5 nanoTesla. Good questions!

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