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Shake shake shake. Planet Mercury may have earthquakes

Data from the NASA MESSENGER probe confirms Mercury is the second known planet with tectonic activity in our solar system, plus one other cool feature. Continue reading ? The post Shake shake shake. Planet Mercury may have earthquakes appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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