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I like the sky and Martian Mountains in the top one - simply because they look like a stage backdrop.

Ray Girvan

I think all that you'd see as a result of firing canon would be a very bright flash of light, and here would be no smoke

Oh, I don't know. Mars has enough of an atmosphere to have wind and airborne dust; the low pressure might make the gas/smoke from a conventional chemical explosive behave a bit differently, but not that much. On the other hand, the size of the Earth in the sky makes it look more like the Martians are firing from a base on the Earth's Moon.

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