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Two enormous "marsquakes" have been detected on the Red Planet

Two enormous "marsquakes" have been detected on the Red Planet

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In recent Mars news, NASA detected several large "marsquakes" on the Red Planet.

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Reaching magnitudes of 4.1 and 4.2 on the Richter Scale, these are the largest yet recorded on the planet. 

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This stunning news was just reported in the journal the Seismic Record

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The tremors were registered using two seismometers on the InSight lander.

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Like on Earth, various geological features and convection currents within the planet's layers below the surface contribute to quake formation.

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Over time, things like faults or sediment buildup will stress and strain before failing and moving. 

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