NASA’s InSight lander detects two mid-flight paths on the Red Planet

NASA Lander InSight on Mars discovered two more strong earthquakes on the Red Planet, both occurring in the same region where the mission’s previous best observations were made.

The robotic geophysicist landed on Mars in November 2018, and after months of preparation, his seismometer began to detect the so-called “earthquakes… “The mission has identified more than 500 earthquakes in the first Martian year, but lately, strong winds have not given a clear signal that scientists need to detect small wobbles on the Red Planet. Now the weather has changed, and in March, mission personnel detected two earthquakes with a magnitude of 3.0.

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