Why Does Mars Look Red in Photographs?

Which is redder, Barbara’s hair or Mars? Even so, why does Mars look red in photographs?

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[ID: Barbara is wearing a white floral blouse and blue jean jacket, standing in front of a white door with plants in the background. She signs as text appears: Why does Mars look red in photographs? A black background appears with a red-colored Mars moving upwards. Barbara signs while the fan blows her hair: The soil has iron oxide (rust particles), and when blown by the wind, the dust in the soil is blown across the planet, making it appear red, like my hair! Very interesting!]



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