At the museum, Martin discovers that the long-time curator, Wilbur Canfield, is very unhappy. He has just acquired a new expensive Egyptian piece for the museum, but the museum's board is ...
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At the museum, Martin discovers that the long-time curator, Wilbur Canfield, is very unhappy. He has just acquired a new expensive Egyptian piece for the museum, but the museum's board is questioning the authenticity and therefore merit of this acquisition. Because of this, Canfield himself is now questioning his own abilities, as he feels he may be getting too old to do his work properly. The board is calling in an independent expert, Pietro Donati. What's worse, Canfield once discredited Donati's evaluation. Martin will know the piece's authenticity, if he can only get a look at it. In doing so, Tim can get an exclusive story and Martin can validate Canfield as an expert in the field. But the artifact is stashed away behind security until Donati's arrival. Since Martin can't get close to it, he decides instead to levitate it to him. After Martin finds that it is indeed authentic, he has to get it back to the museum. However security is aware that it's missing and thus the museum is ... Written by
Uncle Martin describes a Martian year as being made up of 300 weeks, with each week being made up 8,672 days. Actually, a Martian year is 668.59 sols. A sol being the time it takes Mars to rotate once on its axis. The same way an earth day is defined. A Martian day is approximately 24 hours 40 minutes long.
All of this means. A Martian year is 1.8 earth years long.
So Martin would be less than 800 earth years old. See more »