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NASA's InSight lander has likely detected its first 'marsquake'

It sounds like a subway train rushing by. Or a plane flying low overhead. But it's something much more exotic: In all likelihood, the first "marsquake" ever recorded by humans.

NASA's InSight mission detected the quake April 6, four months after the lander's highly sensitive seismometer was installed on the Martian surface.

Since then,

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