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What Does a Marsquake Look Like?

22 Jul 2019, 16:20 UTC
What Does a Marsquake Look Like? NASA/JPL-Caltech/ETH Zurich/ Van Driel

Southern California got all shook up after a set of recent quakes. But Earth isn't the only place that experiences quakes: Both the Moon and Mars have them as well. NASA sent the first seismometer to the Moon 50 years ago, during the Apollo 11 mission; the agency's InSight lander brought the first seismometer to Mars in late 2018, and it's called the Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure (SEIS).

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