True or False: Mars

Can you choose whether each statement about the planet Mars and its moons is (t)rue or (f)alse?

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One of the difficulties in landing rovers on Mars is the presence of a marsquake that has been going continuously for almost fifty years.
Martian rovers have found the fossils of small organisms when digging through the surface.
Mars has the strongest magnetic field of any planet in the Solar System.
Mars's two moons, Phobos and Deimos, are believed to be captured asteroids.
Mars is slowly drifting closer to the Sun and will, in several million years, become the third closest planet.
Mars's relatively flat northern hemisphere is thought to be the result of a massive impact with a Pluto-sized body nearly four billion years ago.
The low atmospheric pressure of Mars makes liquid water on the surface impossible.
Mars derives its red color due to the heat of the Sun.
In 2016, NASA found underground ice in the Utopia Planitia that, if melted, would be the volume of Lake Superior.
Deimos is so small (relative to Mars) that to an observer on the surface, it would more resemble a star.
Recently declassified Soviet documents showed a manned mission to Mars in 1972 that ended in the tragic deaths of the three cosmonauts on board.
Although Olympus Mons is the tallest planetary mountain in the Solar System, there is a mountain at the center of an impact crater on Vesta that is taller.
Phobos is slowly drifting toward Mars and will one day break up in the atmosphere.
India, China, and the United Arab Emirates have all completed successful missions to Mars.
Mars derived its name from the Roman god of war.
Though only about 10% of the size of the Earth, Mars's density is enough that its gravity is almost the same as Earth's.
When Mars is at its closest approach point to Earth, the number of cataclysmic events grows significantly on Earth due to gravitational imbalances.
Jonathan Swift predicted the existence of Mars's moons and their rough orbits in Gulliver's Travels, about 150 years before they were actually discovered.
Scientists did not successfully get a working lander on Mars until the 2010s.
On the vernal and autumnal equinoxes, Mars appears larger in the night sky than the Moon.

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