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Insight... into the early evolution of terrestrial planets.
SEIS (Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure)
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  • SEIS has a sensitivity and frequency response comparable to the best terrestrial research seismometers.
  • Early version flew (briefly) on the Russian Mars '96 mission.
  • Previously selected for NetLander, ExoMars and SELENE-2 payloads.
  • Managed by CNES, several partners:
    • IPGP (France)
    • ETH (Switzerland)
    • MPS (Germany)
    • Imperial College (UK)





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ExoMars Prototype
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Long-Period Sensor
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Short-Period Sensor

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