Mars Seismic Catalogue, InSight Mission; V8 2021-10-01

  • John F. Clinton (Contributor)
  • John F. Clinton (Contributor)
  • Savas Ceylan (Contributor)
  • Constantinos Charalambous (Contributor)
  • Nikolaj L Dahmen (Contributor)
  • A. Cecilia Duran (Contributor)
  • Anna C Horleston (Contributor)
  • Taichi Kawamura (Contributor)
  • Matthieu Plasman (Contributor)
  • Simon C Stähler (Contributor)
  • Géraldine Zenhäusern (Contributor)



The NASA InSight mission installed a single seismic station on the surface of Mars in 2019. The Marsquake Service (MQS) is an official service of the InSight ground services. MQS is tasked with detecting and characterising marsquakes, and curating the catalogue. Waveform data is publicly released on a 3 month schedule. Starting on 2 January, 2020, an updated MQS catalogue is released with each new waveform dataset. This is Data Release 8.
Date made available1 Oct 2021
PublisherSwiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ)
Date of data production12 Jan 2019 - 30 Jun 2021
Geographical coveragePlanet Mars

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