It turns out that Mars isn’t as quiet as people first thought. There were many rumblings and groans due to the earthquake on the Red Planet.
deep into the planet There was a strong shock, and now molten lava may be flowing beneath Mars’ crust. if true It will change what we know about the geodynamics of Mars that we have learned over the years. This means that volcanic eruptions on the Red Planet are not only possible. But it’s also happening more and more often than we think.
Still, what does this roar mean? How will it change the way we think about rocks on Mars? Finally and most importantly How will this breakthrough change our efforts to find past and present life on Mars?