Gemma Lavender

A team of researchers at the University of Tokyo has revealed tantalizing details about Mars‘ seismic activity for the very first time in one new study. These results could make or break theories surrounding the Red Planet’s origins and provide details about its composition.

The fourth rock from the sun might be one of the closest worlds to us — swinging between distances of 34 million and 249 million miles (55 million and 400 million kilometers), dependent on its position and Earth’s position relative to our star — but it is often much safer and less expensive to investigate the Red Planet through simulations on Earth, rather than launch a spacecraft.

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