to the sea. April 23, 2019, 20:50
The event was first recorded in history thanks to a seismometer installed in the soil of the red planet from the landing vehicle InSight, on NASA,
It is known that the planet Mars has no tectonic plates, so you should not have tellurian movements. However, earthquakes can also be produced by fractures in the Earth's crust on the planet, as is the case with the red planet. Since heavy masses and slow cooling add stress to the bark of Mars, it bursts and releases energy in the form of tremor.
As reported by Xatakaciencia.com, the earthquake was too small to provide useful information on the underground planet of the planet; So much he would not even be here on the ground.