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Scientists discover rumbling noise on Mar

Scientists discover rumbling noise on Mar

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In research published last week, scientists claim to have found new evidence of underground volcanic activity on the planet.

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They say this movement of hot magma is triggering marsquakes, which are similar to earthquakes, in a specific region of the Red Planet.

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If true, the finding would lend credence to theories that life may exist in underground caverns on Mars.

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Warm magma beneath the surface and groundwater thought to be present there could provide a habitat for alien microbes.

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Researchers at the Australian National University made their finding after combing through data from Nasa’s InSight Mars lander.

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The new research, published in Nature Communications, uncovers 47 previously undetected marsquakes beneath the Martian crust.

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