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InSight detects first Martian quake
Posted: Sat, Apr 27, 2019, 8:55 AM ET (1255 GMT)
InSight lander illustration (NASA) NASA's InSight Mars lander has detected its first Marsquake. Scientists said Tuesday that the French-built seismometer on the lander detected the quake April 6, as well as three other events from mid-March through mid-April that may also be quakes but were not strong enough to meet a detection threshold. The April 6 quake was relatively weak, and scientists weren't able to pinpoint its location and exact strength.
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