Was Mars a Moon?

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Was Mars a Moon?

Unread postby bluedalek » Sat Jan 06, 2018 4:54 pm

Heard this rumor that Mars was actually a moon and not a planet. :geek:
somewhere, not sure where...

maybe I misinterpreted some other planet.
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Re: Was Mars a Moon?

Unread postby Younger Dryas » Sun Jan 07, 2018 9:12 am

All planets could be considered moons. As in where do they come from if not from larger more energetic bodies?

If I had to speculate I'd say Mars could have been picked up by the Saturnian planets elliptical orbit into our Solar System at any point over the last 2-3Million years. But I can't find any reliable artistic depictions of Mars being included until 40,000BC The legs are formed by a stream of plasma to Mars, but the feet are never shown. The plasma stream to Mars may have been bifurcated, which would make the dual streams look like legs. Mars had no magnetic field so its coma would be dramatically smaller then the rest of the gang above.

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