NASA’s InSight recorded strange sounds on the red planet. The mission landed on November 2018 with its stationary probe’s seismometer to observe the quakes. It caught more than 100 events, 21 of them are possible quakes and the sound of the wind. Mars’ surface is different from Earth’s because of its tectonic plates that do not create quakes, rather caused by cooling and reduction, which form gaps on its surface. InSight’s arm produces friction and makes whistling sounds and “dinks and donks”, a nightfall sound due to heat loss. InSight’s science team says that we can imagine on what is really happening on Mars as InSight sits on the open landscape.