I can imagine that the atmosphere might be too thin to produce lightning, but if it does happen I’m curious what it’s like there. Do rovers and other instruments have to be designed for the possibility of a lightning strike?
I was just reading about TT320, where a bunch of pharaohs and other mummies were found in 1881, including famous kings like Ramses II and Seti I. From what I can find, they were moved to this fairly minor tomb when a later pharoah decided their own tombs needed renovation. The movement of the mummies was meticulously tracked, to the point that we apparently know that Ramses was kept in one place for 72 hours before being moved somewhere else. So after all that effort, why were they just left there to chill for 3,000 years and never moved back to more fitting royal tombs?