Mars and Spica Optical image of the planet Mars orange lower left next to the bright star Spica Alpha Virginis North is at top Mars appears orange as its surface is covered in a red rocky desert which takes its colour from iron rich compounds similar to rust It is the fourth planet out from the Sun and takes days to complete one orbit Spica in the constellation Virgo is the th brightest star in the sky excluding the Sun Photographed on the th June when Mars was at its closest to Spica
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