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NSF’s request for ideas to deal with the Langseth problem came in May, on the heels of another announcement—that the agency was looking to cut its support for ocean bottom seismometers by several million dollars.
When the magnitude 9.2 Great Alaska Earthquake ripped through the state in 1964, there were two seismometers in Alaska.
The array of seismometers, part of the science foundation’s EarthScope project, has the ambitious goal of explaining how continents formed as well as something of more immediately interest: where dangerous earthquakes of the future may occur.
These sounds can vary a great deal depending on how close the seismometer was to the earthquake source, as well as the magnitude of the earthquake.
Now, armed with an array of seismometers and almost unprecedented access to North Korea, an international team of scientists is working to peer beneath Mount Paektu.
What follows is definitely fraught, with the sort of acting that triggers seismometers.
The fore body would include a drill for sampling beneath Mars’s surface and a seismometer.
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