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Earthquake first recorded on Mars

For the first time in history, the French seismograph SEIS recorded small earthquakes on Mars. About this, the French space agency CNES reported on Twitter.

It is noted that the "weak but distinct" seismic signal was detected on April 6 – the 128th day of the Martian mission SEIS. According to CNES, it resembles the activity that was recorded on the surface of the moon during the Apollo mission (USA) in the 1960-1970s.

According to preliminary data, it is the pushes, not the wind or some other external factors.

Earlier it was reported that the Curiosity rover found inside the Martian crater Gale nitrogen compounds necessary for the survival of living organisms. His appearance could contribute to the fall of asteroids and the presence of gaseous hydrogen in the atmosphere of the Red Planet.


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