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  • g1smd_amsat_org
    ... A Martian day is almost 24 Earth Hours long, but it takes 2 Earth Years for Mars go around the Sun once (1 Martian Year). Several Martian Calendars have
    Message 1 of 9 , Nov 2, 2004
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      On 2004-Sep-07 piebaldconsult wrote:

      > A colony on, say Mars, would be best served by a system based
      >on the iew of the solar system from there -- not sure how to handle
      > months with more than one moon, have to wait and see.


      A Martian day is almost 24 Earth Hours long, but it takes 2 Earth
      Years for Mars go around the Sun once (1 Martian Year).

      Several "Martian Calendars" have already been devised (see Google
      search). One thing that many have in common is the usage of element
      ordering from largest to smallest going from left to right - the same
      ordering as in ISO 8601.



      Cheers,

      Ian.


      [2004-100-02]
    • volsano@aol.com
      ... 2004-100-02 !? ... VS
      Message 2 of 9 , Nov 3, 2004
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        > Cheers,
        > Ian.
        > [2004-100-02]

        2004-100-02 !?


        :-/
        VS
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