The first results from the mission depict a complex Martian interior and geology, but raise new questions about the planet’s history
By Neel V. Patel
On the outside, Mars is a cold, barren hellscape. But beneath the surface, it is teeming with quakes and other geological activity.
That’s the story we’re learning from the first results from NASA’s InSight mission, published across several papers in Nature Geoscience (and one in Nature…