The magnitude 4 marsquake that shook the Red Planet on December 24, 2021

And on Thursday was first discovered by NASA's Mars InSight mission.

According to NASA, InSight's seismometer records seismic signals that are too low to be audible

So researchers had to speed up the data 100 times to make the signals audible.

The effects were wind-like whooshes that were amplifi ed by a substantial boom in the middle of the space track.

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter photographed the strike's impact on the Red Planet 

While InSight "heard" the seismic signals.

Despite the fact that the meteoroid only measured 16 to 39 feet, it left a crater that was 492 feet across and 70 feet deep. 

Had it been any larger, it would have burned up in Earth's atmosphere.