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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126384: Going to Mars
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    1. A Mars is a motor vehicle that travels across the surface of this planet.

    2. The Moon's surface has many ,most of them were formed by impacts.

    3. In the Sahara desert, is over 40°C. during several months in summer.

    4. planets are made of rocks and metals ; they have a molten metal core.

    5. As the concentration of in air rises, it can cause headaches, loss of consciousness... and death.

    6. The legend is that Isaac Newton discovered when he saw an apple falling from a tree.

    7. High altitudes are characterised by low ambient oxygen due to low .

    8. A is a spacecraft that travels through space to collect informations without astronauts.

    9. The cover the North and South Poles of the Earth, almost including Antartica.

    10. Phobos and Deimoos are the moons of Mars. They are .

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