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Hrvoje Tkalčićjoined in Feb 13, 2023
Professor at The Australian National University.
Tkalčić has 1 break published.
Marsquakes redefine what we tought about a quiet Mars
The Red Planet is out there, waiting to be explored. In the mid-70s, NASA’s Vikings I and II landed on Mars, each with a seismometer mounted on their decks. When they transmitted the last recording to Earth in 1980, it became clear that, unfortunately, scientists... click to read more
- Hrvoje Tkalčić | Professor at The Australian National University
- Weijia Sun | Professor at Chinese Academy of Sciences
Reading time 4 min
published on Feb 13, 2023
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