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6.7 Mag Earthquake near Makurazaki, Japan (E. China Sea)

  1. Nov 13, 2015 #1

    Astronuc

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    Strong 7.0-magnitude quake hits off Japan coast: USGS
    http://news.yahoo.com/strong-7-0-magnitude-quake-hits-off-japan-211816995.html
    USGS apparently reports 6.7 Mag
    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us10003y71#general_summary
    M6.7 - 144km WSW of Makurazaki, Japan
    2015-11-13 20:51:31 (UTC)

    Location = 30.998°N, 128.836°E
    depth=10.0 km (6.2 mi)

    Nearby Cities
    1. 144km (89mi) WSW of Makurazaki, Japan
    2. 148km (92mi) WSW of Kaseda, Japan
    3. 157km (98mi) WSW of Kushikino, Japan
    4. 163km (101mi) WSW of Ijuin, Japan
    5. 748km (465mi) SSE of Seoul, South Korea
    http://ptwc.weather.gov/?region=1&id=pacific.TIBPAC.2015.11.13.2058
    http://ptwc.weather.gov/?region=2&id=hawaii.TIBHWX.2015.11.13.2059
     
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  3. Nov 14, 2015 #2

    davenn

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    yes, initially reported as a 7.0 followed by a 6.5 30 sec later, was revised down to a single 6.7 event after around 30 mins

    raw seismogram from my sensor.....

    151113 2051UT M6.7 WSW of Kyushu, Japan zhi2.gif
     
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