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The authors would like to thank the Editor-in-Chief Prof. Laurent Montesi, Adam Ringler and another anonymous reviewer who provided thorough and helpful reviews that have improved this manuscript. We would also like to thank Andrea Christophi for constructive criticism of the manuscript. We acknowledge NASA, UK Space Agency, CNES, their partner agencies and Institutions (UKSA, IC, SSO, DLR, JPL, IPGP-CNRS, ETHZ, MPS-MPG) and the flight operations team at JPL, SISMOC, MSDS, IRIS-DMC, and PDS for acquiring and providing InSight data, including SEED SEIS data.
SEIS raw data are in “” (2019) with 10.18715/SEIS.INSIGHT.XB_2016 . The seismic and atmospheric measurement data presented here are also publicly available in InSight Mars SEIS Data Service ( 2019a ) SEIS Bundle with 10.17189/1517570 , APSS TWINS Bundle (Mora, 2019b ) with 10.17189/1518950 and APSS PS Bundle (Mora, 2019a ) with 10.17189/1518939 through the Planetary Data System (PDS) Geosciences node, but also through the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) Data Management Center under network code XB and through the Data center of Institut de Physique du Globe, Paris ( http://seis-insight.eu ). The InSight seismic event catalog (InSight Marsquake Service, 2020 ) is available from the IPGP Datacenter and IRIS‐DMC. Codes for processing comodulation as used in this analysis have been put on GitHub available at https://github.com/ConstantinosCharalambous/comodulation in Charalambous ( 2020a ) with 10.5281/zenodo.4292720 . Processed data and sample data sets to run the code is available in Charalambous ( 2020b ) with 10.18715/ipgp.2020.Khw87roo . French coauthors acknowledge the support of CNES and of Agence Nationale de la Recherche under grant ANR‐19‐CE31‐0008‐08. This is InSight Contribution Number 170. InSight Mars SEIS Data Service together with IPGP, JPL, CNES, ETHZ, ICL, MPS, ISAE‐Supaero, LPG, MFSC
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