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Major mag. 7.5 earthquake - Off the east coast of Honshu, Japan on Friday, 25 October 2013

Major mag. 7.1 earthquake - Off the east coast of Honshu, Japan on Friday, 25 October 2013

Major mag. 7.1 earthquake  - Off the east coast of Honshu, Japan on Friday, 25 October 2013
Date & time: Friday, 25 October 2013 17:10 UTC
Local time at epicenter: Saturday, October 26, 2013 03:10:15
Magnitude: 7.1
Depth: 8.1 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 37.1646°N / 144.7095°E (Japan)
Nearest volcano: Narugo (380 km)
Primary data source: USGS
Estimated released energy: 2.8*10^15 J (783 GWh / 6.7*10^5 tons of TNT / 42.1 atomic bombs equivalent) [learn more]
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Data for same earthquake as reported from other agencies
TimeMag. / DepthLocationSource
Fri, 25 Oct 2013
Fri, 25 Oct 17:10 UTCM 7.1 / 10 kmOff East Coast of Honshu, JapanGFZ
Fri, 25 Oct 17:10 UTCM 7.1 / 26 kmOff the East Coast of Honshu, JapanGeoAu
Fri, 25 Oct 17:10 UTCM 7.1 / 56 km福島県沖 (Off Fukushima Pref.)JMA

shake map
(shakemap: USGS)
"I felt it" reports:
Ebisu, Tokyo. On 8th floor of modern apartment blo / MMI IV (Light shaking): Awakened by initial light shaking which lasted a couple of seconds, and was followed by a similar shake about 10 seconds later.
Sea Of Japan (948.1 km WNW from epicenter) [Map] / MMI IX (Violent shaking): lol
Tokio / MMI V (Moderate shaking): Experience during night
shinjuku / MMI IV (Light shaking): I was lying awake in my bed when the shaking sarted. other people from my dormitory went to the hallway for a short check if everyone was ok because the shaking lasted very long.
Yokohama / MMI V (Moderate shaking)
Aasee bridge Münster Germany / MMI VII (Very strong shaking): We my girl freind and I were standiing on the Aasee bridge in Münster Germany and we was looking us the sun go downing in the west sky. Suddenly the Aasee bridge had a strong shaking. We thougt first the Aasee bride is very good, because it shaking. Now I hear from a neighbour that was the shaking from Japan 19.10 EU time. It was not my first earth shaking feeling.
Yotsuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo / MMI V (Moderate shaking)
Zushi-shi, Japan / MMI IV (Light shaking)
Kaihinmakuhari (450.3 km WSW from epicenter) [Map] / MMI V (Moderate shaking)
Yokohama (496.3 km WSW from epicenter) [Map] / MMI IV (Light shaking)
Makuhari, Chiba / MMI V (Moderate shaking)
Zama (510.6 km WSW from epicenter) [Map] / MMI V (Moderate shaking)
Ayase (Japan) (510 km SW from epicenter)(no details): Lasted a long time. Woke up from deep sleep. Rattled and everything moved. (via EMSC)
Yokohama (Japan) (492 km SW from epicenter)(no details): We woke up and anticipated whether it was a kind of catastrophe or not. As the shakings lasted so long. (via EMSC)
Nakahara Ward (Japan) (484 km SW from epicenter)(no details): It lasted shortly. Barely 30 seconds. (via EMSC)
Kawasaki (Japan) (483 km SW from epicenter)(no details): It was strong and lasted for about a minute! (via EMSC)
Shinjuku (Japan) (475 km W from epicenter)(no details): Started with a swaying effect that then grew and caused the hotel to rattle. My partner was sound asleep whilst I immediately felt it, but she soon woke up. Felt like it lasted for a minute. (via EMSC)
Shinjuku (Japan) (475 km W from epicenter)(no details): It is dark. I don't know if there was any damage to this or other buildings. (via EMSC)
Shinagawa (Japan) (475 km W from epicenter)(no details): È stato piuttosto lungo, prima debole e poi con una scossa più forte e quindi è diminuito fino a placarsi. Gli oggetti e i vetri vibravano ma niente è caduto. Ho pensato che doveva essere un terremoto piuttosto forte ma con epicentro lontano. (via EMSC)
Tsukuba (Japan) (427 km W from epicenter)(no details): First it started out as many of the smaller earthquakes we had the past month but then it became quite intense for a couple seconds and things were rattling and shifting. I could hear and see people waking up but noone went out because it's heavily raining because of the typhoon. (via EMSC)


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