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InSight’s first look inside Mars

Keane, James Tuttle (2020) InSight’s first look inside Mars. Nature Geoscience, 13 (3). p. 182. ISSN 1752-0894.

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The first results reported from NASA’s InSight mission on Mars include evidence for locally strong crustal magnetization, unexpected atmospheric processes, and marsquakes from distant, enigmatic sources. Some of the marsquakes detected by Insight’s seismometer can be traced to Cerberus Fossae, a region that may be tectonically active. Together, InSight’s geophysical measurements provide information about Mars’s interior structure and evolution.

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Official Citation:Keane, J.T. InSight’s first look inside Mars. Nat. Geosci. 13, 182 (2020).
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