Earthquakes passing through the planet's depths reveal bits about its structure -- but we're just scratching the surface.
Thanks to NASA's InSight Mars mission we now have a good picture of the interior of another planet.
The melting of ice beneath the surface of Mars could have made its deep regions the most habitable.
Scientists hope to use this new information to unravel the internal structure and geological history of Mars.
InSight picked scissors, so it lost to rock.
One day, checking the weather on Mars in real-time will be as easy as googling it.
It's kinda vain but we like it!
Everything is working according to plan on Mars.
The probe will study 'marsquakes'.
We'll learn more about our own home in the process, things that we never could here on Earth.