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Originally posted by ScienceGuyQ
They are too small and too dark (they absorb most of the light that hits them) to be seen from the surface of mars easily. At best a human with keen vision might make one out with a pair of binoculars at night when the sun is striking them. So unfortunatly stars and planets would be all you see from the Martian surface.