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'Marsquakes': Why Is Mars Trembling?

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'Marsquakes': Why Is Mars Trembling?

'Marsquakes': Why Is Mars Trembling?

After months of delicate maneuvering, NASA’s InSight lander has finished placing its hyper-sensitive seismometer on the surface of Mars.

The instrument is designed to solve mysteries about the planet’s interior by detecting the booming thunder of “marsquakes.” But according to Science Magazine, the lander has already heard minute tremors on the red planet.

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