NASA’s Insight Lander has detected two major earthquakes on the surface of Mars, which have occurred in the past few months, these earthquake tremors have been recorded in Mars’s Cerbus fossa, according to Mission Control, their intensity 3.3 and 3.1 have been recorded, with earthquakes of magnitude 3.6 and 3.5 before the earthquake. The Insight lander has detected more than 500 earthquakes so far, but the interior investigation includes the best four earthquake records. Insight is deployed to collect information about the Earth’s surface and the Earth’s earthquake, says Taichi Kawamura of France’s Institut de Physique du Globe de, one of two earthquakes that occurred recently. Moon-like is another ‘earth-like’. Taichi Kawamura says that these two different types of Marsquake, the moon and Marsquake of the Earth are similar, the Marsquake waves usually occurring in the moon are very scattered, and the Marsquake waves in the Earth are more through the planet,Travels directly. Nearly Martian years ago (two Earth years ago) occurred, Insights have found something else in the New Quake with seismic events, the seismic event occurring in the Martian northern summer. Scientists predicted that this would be a golden opportunity to hear the earthquake again, because at that time the winds would calm down. Joe Ein Zurich’s lead Insights Marsquake service and seismic expert John Clinton says that it is wonderful to observe Marsquake once again after a long time of recording wind noise, on a Mars year, we are now The red planets are very sharp in marking seismic activity. Winds in Mars will be quieter, but scientists are still hoping to improve their hearing acumen, if we talk about Mars’ current atmosphere, the temperature near the Insight lander is almost zero to 148 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 100 at night) ° C) to 32 ° F (0 ° C) during the day. Scientists say that such extreme temperature variations can cause the seismometer to connect to the lander and connect the landers to expand, resulting in popping sounds and spikes in the data. Looking at Mars’ current environment, the mission team has begun trying to partially insulate the cable from the weather, teams will use the scoop at the end of the robotic arm of the inside, removing the soil above the domed wind and thermal shield. Will go. Allows the soil of Mars to get as close as possible without interfering with the ground close to the gradient to test, burying the seismic wire is actually one of the goals of the next phase of the mission, and NASA has recently extended the mission by two years to December 2022. Insight is moving away from the sunlight, which is why the Insight is getting less electricity, scientists hope that the energy level can improve after July, when the planet will start approaching the Sun again. The mission team will switch off the lander’s equipment, so that Insight can periodically awaken to check its health and communicate with Earth, and the team hopes to have one before being temporarily shut down or Seismometer will have to be kept for two months.