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The first meteoroid that has been confirmed broke up into at least three fragments,

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each of which left its own crater. Three "bloops," as NASA refers to them, 

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can be heard in an 11-second audio clip of this incident. Here on Earth, 

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one of them sounds like noisy metal fluttering in the wind.
According to NASA

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the Martian wind's disruptive noise or changes in the atmosphere may have caused

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InSight's French-built seismometer to miss meteoroids. There have already been 

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more than 1,300 marsquakes found by InSight. The strongest this year measured a magnitude 5; 

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the meteoroid impacts were no stronger than a magnitude 2. French lead author Raphael Garcia

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stated in a statement from the Higher Institute of Aeronautics and 

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 Space in Toulouse, "Impacts are the clocks of the solar system."

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