Mars (disambiguation)

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Mars is a planet in the Solar System.

Mars also commonly refers to:

Mars may also refer to:



United States[edit]




Given name[edit]


  • Jean-Baptiste Belley (1740s–1805), also known as Mars
  • Xueyang "Mars" Ma, member of Mandopop boy band Top Combine
  • Mars (actor) (born 1954), member of the Jackie Chan Stunt Team
  • Mars (rapper) (born 1980), stage name of Mario Delgado, a horrorcore rapper
  • Mars (record producer), moniker of Lamar Edwards from production teams 1500 or Nothin' and Smash Factory
  • Mars Argo, stage name of American singer and Internet personality Brittany Sheets
  • Bruno Mars, stage name of American singer Peter Gene Hernandez

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Fictional entities[edit]

Film and television[edit]


  • Project Mars, codename for the Sega 32X add-on video game console
  • Memory Array Redcode Simulator, the environment for the competitive programming game Core War





Songs and movements[edit]

Businesses, organizations and products[edit]

Mathematics, science and technology[edit]

Medicine and biology[edit]


  • ITL MARS, a reflex sight made by International Technologies Lasers
  • M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System (Mobiles Artillerie Raketen System), used in the Bundeswehr
  • Mars Automatic Pistol, a semi-automatic pistol developed in 1900
  • MARS tanker (Military Afloat Reach and Sustainability), a programme to buy new tanker ships for the Royal Fleet Auxiliary
  • Military Auxiliary Radio System, an auxiliary communications system of amateur radio operators for the United States armed forces
  • Operation Mars, codename of the Second Rzhev-Sychevka Offensive, a Soviet offensive during World War II
  • Operation Mars, 28 March 1918 German offensive in World War I, part of the Spring Offensive
  • MARS (missile), air to ground missile built by Israel Military Industries



Other uses[edit]

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