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Another strong coastal earthquake near Miyako, Honshu, Japan
This quake reported as M5.6 by JMA Japan (depth 20 km) had an epicenter a little out of the coast.
Max. JMA intensity 4JMA, below the damaging level.
The Quake was closest to Kuji and Miyako.
Strong earthquake along the coast of Honshu, Japan
JMA Japan reports a magnitude of 5.8 at a depth of 50 km
Max. intensity : 5- (just below what Er considers a potential serious damaging level)
5- intensity at Asahi-shi Minami-horinouchi*
Earthquake must have been well felt in Tokyo
12 km S Choshi (pop 75,650)
46 km E Narita (pop 100,641) Narita is one of the Tokyo airports
93 km E Tokyo (pop 8,336,599)
Minor damage cannot be excluded in the 5- intensity area
The earthquake occurred at an intermediate depth what means that the intensity is weakened by the depth of the hypocenter
JMA Japan reports that the epicenter is located 6 km inland in a city called Tonosho.
Of course NO tsunami risk at this magnitude
Update 10:54 UTC : USGS data are pointing the epicenter in a highly populated region of Kanto in Japan. The earthquake happened 7km from Naruto. The nearest populated places are: Oami (19km), Katakai (10km), Togane (11km), Hasunuma (2km), Yokoshiba (5km), Asahi Yokaichiba (20km), Tako (14km), Narita (18km). The closest civilian airport is Tokyo Narita International (20km).
A new batch of moderate to strong aftershocks from the April 11 Mw8.6 earthquake in the Indian Ocean, luckily far away from populated areas.
Label info : M = magnitude, D = depth (km), Time = UTC – Click here for the Time Zone world map.
|USGS||Kermadec Islands, New Zealand||Apr 29 22:35||4.9||48||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Kermadec Islands, New Zealand||Apr 29 22:35||4.8||40||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Carlsberg Ridge||Apr 29 20:07||4.7||10||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Off East Coast Of Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 17:28||4.6||10||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Volcano Islands, Japan Region||Apr 29 15:45||4.9||47||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Volcano Islands, Japan Region||Apr 29 15:45||4.9||41||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||Volcano Islands, Japan Region||Apr 29 15:45||4.9||0||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Near East Coast Of Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 15:02||5.4||10||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Near The East Coast Of Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 15:02||5.8||10||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||Near East Coast Of Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 15:02||5.3||0||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||South Of Fiji Islands||Apr 29 12:46||4.7||0||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||South Of The Fiji Islands||Apr 29 12:46||4.6||212||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||South Of Fiji Islands||Apr 29 12:46||4.6||220||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Eastern Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 12:16||4.6||48||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||Eastern Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 12:16||4.8||0||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Near The East Coast Of Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 12:16||4.6||61||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Near The East Coast Of Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 10:28||5.8||39||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Near East Coast Of Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 10:28||5.8||40||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||Near East Coast Of Honshu, Japan||Apr 29 10:28||5.8||0||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Off The West Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 08:09||5.4||23||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Off W Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 08:09||5.7||10||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||Off West Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 08:09||5.7||0||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Guerrero, Mexico||Apr 29 07:17||4.6||15||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Southeast Of Easter Island||Apr 29 06:52||4.8||10||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Southeast Of Easter Island||Apr 29 06:52||4.7||10||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||Southeast Of Easter Island||Apr 29 06:52||5.2||0||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Off W Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 03:52||5.0||10||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||Off West Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 03:52||5.2||0||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Off The West Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 03:52||4.7||15||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Off W Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 03:00||5.0||40||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||Off West Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 03:00||5.1||0||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Off The West Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 03:00||4.9||15||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Off W Coast Of Northern Sumatra||Apr 29 02:14||4.8||51||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||North Indian Ocean||Apr 29 02:13||5.0||0||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||North Indian Ocean||Apr 29 02:13||4.6||14||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Papua, Indonesia||Apr 29 01:57||5.2||40||MAP I Felt It|
|GEOFON||Irian Jaya, Indonesia||Apr 29 01:57||5.1||0||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Papua, Indonesia||Apr 29 01:57||5.2||15||MAP I Felt It|
|EMSC||Near Coast Of Ecuador||Apr 29 00:43||4.7||115||MAP I Felt It|
|USGS||Near The Coast Of Ecuador||Apr 29 00:43||4.7||115||MAP I Felt It|
Data sources courtesy : USGS – EMSC – GFZ – GEONET
Earthquakes occurred yesterday (UTC time), but today local time
M 5.3 2012/04/28 18:00 Depth 31.0 km KEPULAUAN MENTAWAI REGION, INDONESIA
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