Earthquake prediction is a branch of the science of seismology concerned with the specification of the time, location, and magnitude of future earthquakes within stated limits, and particularly "the determination of parameters for the next strong earthquake to occur in a region".

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Scientists Track Russia–Ukraine War In Real-Time Using Seismic Data

India's Lunar Lander Has Detected 'Movement' on The Moon: Is It Seismic Activity?

Unlocking Seismic Secrets: Researchers Unearth the Mysteries of How Turkey’s East Anatolian Fault Formed

Seismic Signals From Space: Intriguing Correlation Between Earthquakes and Cosmic Radiation Discovered

Seismic Waves Help Map the Core of Mars for the First Time

Making Music From Seismic Activity Or Ocean Data

A Seismic Shift: NASA’s InSight Mission Unlocks Secrets of Mars’ Core

Seismic waves inside Mars' core hint at how it became hostile to life

InSight Detects Seismic Waves Traveling through Martian Liquid Core

For the first time, scientists detect seismic waves rippling through Mars' core

Scientists detect seismic waves traveling through Martian core

The Heart of Mars: Seismic Waves Reveal the Red Planet’s Inner Secrets

Seismic waves crossing Mars’ core reveal details of the Red Planet’s heart

Seismic analysis of East Anatolian fault identifies probable epicentre for next major earthquake as Pütürge, Türkiye (Turkey)

From the Depths of Earth: Seismic Waves May Unlock Gravity’s Secrets

Seismic Sleuths Reveal Earth’s Secret Mountains: A Hidden World Beneath Our Feet

By measuring the different speeds at which seismic waves penetrate and pass through the Earth's inner core, researchers believe they've documented evidence of a distinct layer inside Earth known as the innermost inner core - a solid 'metallic ball' that sits within the centre of the inner core.

Earth’s Structure Has a Fifth Layer: Bouncing Seismic Waves Reveal Secrets of the Planet’s Inner Core

Bouncing seismic waves reveal distinct layer in Earth's inner core

Marsquake! Seismic Waves From the Largest Marsquake Ever Detected Reveal Possible Meteoroid Impact