NASA’s InSight lander on Mars has detected two more crisp quakes on the Red Planet, both stemming from the same region where the mission’s previous best observations originated.

The robotic geophysicist landed on Mars in November 2018 and, after a few months of preparation, its seismometer began feeling for so-called “marsquakes.” The mission identified more than 500 quakes in its first Martian year but lately, heavy winds have prevented the clear signal that scientists need to detect small rumbles in the Red Planet. Now, the weather has turned and in March, mission personnel detected two quakes stronger than magnitude 3.0.