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NASA’s Marsquake Recording Joins the Soundtrack of the Cosmos

Space is far from silent, and we can learn a lot if we know how to listen

Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech

LLike many other planets in the solar system, Mars was once very geologically active. It had massive volcanoes and rivers and lakes of water. It may also have experienced internal quakes —…




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Shannon Stirone

Shannon Stirone

Freelance writer in the Bay Area

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