Two earthquakes, respectively of magnitude 3.3 and 3.1, have been recently recorded by the InSight lander as coming from the Cerberus Fossae region (see, already known for its geological peculiarities; note that InSight had already previously recorded another pair of earthquakes coming from Cerberus Fossae, then respectively of magnitude 3.6 and 3.5.
As my personal curiosity, I add that Cerberus Fossae is also coincidentally located in an area of Mars where it is possible the formation of liquid water throughout the course of the Martian year (see!

“NASA’s InSight Detects Two Sizable Quakes on Mars”.

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