NASA’s InSight lander has likely detected its first ‘marsquake,’ seismologists say

Tuesday, April 23, 2019 - 18:50 in Biology & Nature

It sounds like a subway train rushing by. Or a plane flying low overhead. But it’s something much more exotic: In all likelihood, the first marsquake ever recorded by humans. NASA’s InSight mission detected the quake on April 6, four months after the lander’s highly sensitive seismometer was installed...

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