ANNOTATED MARS MAPS (with Folded Tabs)
- Olympus Mons
- Valles Marineris
- North and South Poles
- Impact Craters (created by meteorites) in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres
- Mars Explorations Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity, and/or the Mars Polar Lander, Phoenix
- Mars’ moons
A Global Map of Mars can be found here (or you can draw your own).
- You will find information and statistics about Mars at National Geographic’s Mars, The Red Planet
- More Mars information, including atmosphere, moons, poles etc at Windows to the Universe – Mars
- Mars information and activities at Enchanted Learning’s, The Planets, Mars.
- A video on YouTube from PBS that compares Mars and Earth and explains, The Weather on Mars
- Google Earth has a ‘Fly to other planets’ feature, which includes tours, photographs and places of interest on Mars. If you don’t have Google Earth installed you can download Google Earth here.