NASA InSight Mars Lander Captures Marsquakes, Other Martian Sounds

NASA's InSight Mars Lander Has Sent Back Some amazing sounds that can thrill anyone. The Report says that NASA's InSight Mars Lander has captured Marsquakes and Peculiar sounds.

NASA InSight Mars Lander Captures Marsquakes, Other Martian Sounds
The dome-covered seismometer, known as SEIS, belonging to NASA's InSight lander. Photo Credit NASA/JPL-Caltech

The Report says that NASA's InSight Mars Lander has captured Marsquakes and Peculiar sounds and that was possible just because of an unpaid seismometer which is capable of picking up the tinist vibrations also.

NASA Scientists released an audio sampling on Tuesday in which the sounds had to be enhanced for humans to hear. 

However, InSight's seismometer has detected more than 100 events, but only 21 are considered strong marsquake candidates. The rest could be marsquakes or something else. 

The French seismometer is so sensitive it can hear the Martian wind as well as movements of the lander's robot arm and other mechanical "dinks and donks " as the team calls them.

Imperial College London's Constantinos Charalambous, who helped provide the audio recordings said, 'It's been exciting, especially in the beginning, hearing the first vibrations from the lander. You're imagining what's really happening on Mars as InSight sits on the open landscape.'

Insight recorded its first seismic rumbling in April and it arrived at Mars last November.