How do you measure a Mars quake?
From listening carefully to earthquakes, we can learn a lot about the makeup of our planet e.g. that it has a solid core and molten mantle under a thin crust. But what can we learn from listening out for quakes on Mars? Dr Neil Bowles, Jane Hurley and Tristram Warren from the Atmospheric Oceanic & Planetary Physics Department (University of Oxford) explain more...
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