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[[File:63CE67F6-F13E-4B60-A2C1-E1A4300BB61F.png|thumb|276px|Triceraton spacecraft flying by Mars.]]
 
[[File:63CE67F6-F13E-4B60-A2C1-E1A4300BB61F.png|thumb|276px|Triceraton spacecraft flying by Mars.]]
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'''{{linkWikipedia|Mars}}''' is a rocky planet in the [[Solar System]].
 
'''{{linkWikipedia|Mars}}''' is a rocky planet in the [[Solar System]].
   
 
==Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles apperances==
 
==Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles apperances==
In the {{1987link|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|1987 TV series}} episode "{{1987link|The Fifth Turtle}}", Mars is one of the celestial bodies in the conjunction where Krang uses [[Capsidium]] crystals to re-power the {{1987link|Technodrome}}.
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In the {{1987link|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|1987 TV series}} episode "{{1987link|The Fifth Turtle}}", Mars is one of the celestial bodies in the conjunction where [[Krang (1987 TV series)|Krang]] uses [[Capsidium]] crystals to re-power the {{1987link|Technodrome}}.
   
 
In the [[Eastman and Laird's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures|TMNT Adventures]] story "[[The Wrath of the Fire God]]", the astronomers observe the planet in the beginning of the story, refering to 19th century-early 20th century beliefs about canals on Mars.
 
In the [[Eastman and Laird's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures|TMNT Adventures]] story "[[The Wrath of the Fire God]]", the astronomers observe the planet in the beginning of the story, refering to 19th century-early 20th century beliefs about canals on Mars.

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Triceraton spacecraft flying by Mars.

Mars is a rocky planet in the Solar System.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles apperancesEdit

In the 1987 TV series episode "The Fifth Turtle", Mars is one of the celestial bodies in the conjunction where Krang uses Capsidium crystals to re-power the Technodrome.

In the TMNT Adventures story "The Wrath of the Fire God", the astronomers observe the planet in the beginning of the story, refering to 19th century-early 20th century beliefs about canals on Mars.

In the 2012 TV series episode "Earth's Last Stand", the Triceratons fly past it on their way to Earth.

Dumpjumper also comes from Mars.

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