"Scientists are convinced that a seismic skälvning for the first time been observed on Mars."
"the Quake may provide clues about how Mars was formed once upon a time."
"the Shaking measured by the probe Seis, which came with the u.s. space agency Nasa spacecraft Insight to the planet. Since landing in december, it has extremely sensitive instrument measured the vibration of the martian surface – caused by the weather, meteorites, or of the activity in the planet's interior."
"The French space agency CNES, which controls the probe, announces that it has been quoted"
"the Quake was in the same magnitude of 2.5 that occurred on 6 april, with a center five–ten kilometers from the lander."
"in March, miss, as well as also the moon, kontinentalplattor. Instead, the affected seismic activity on the March of a cooling and sammandragningsprocess that allows pressure occurs, which eventually becomes so strong that the crust shortcomings."
"With the information hope the team were able to create a better picture of how the March was formed to a planet several billion years ago."
"– Mars and the Earth is systerplaneter, even if the March is less and uninhabitable. We believe that Mars may have had surface water long ago, but something happened with the climate so that it no longer resembles Earth. What we want to know is how Mars formed and evolved into what it is today, for it may say more about our own history, have Insightforskaren Katarina Miljkovic previously told TT."
"Mars is the outermost of the earthlike planets, and is called"
"in March, consists to a large part of the ancient kraterlandskap, however, almost exclusively in the southern hemisphere. The northern hemisphere consists largely of a very flat and low-lying area. When Mars and earth are rushing to catch up with each other in the same orbit varies the distance between the plant from about 55 million to 400 million kilometers, and a one way trip there is estimated to take at least half a year."
"Source: the Swedish national encyclopaedia, Nasa"