Marsquake Is a Word (And I Hate It)

Martian seismometer (Public domain)

Next time you find yourself sucked into an intense game of Scrabble, do not be afraid to throw down the word marsquake. It is a word. Sort of. It is the scientifically accepted word for a tectonic event that shakes the ground on Mars. That makes sense. Right?




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