Minor mag. 2.0 earthquake - Aegean Sea, 10.1 km south of Nisida Agios Vasileios Island, Greece, on Sunday, July 2, 2017 at 23:20 (GMT)
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Minor magnitude 2.0 earthquake at 15 km depth
2 Jul 23:32 UTC: First to report: KOERI-RETMC after 11 minutes.
Depth: 15.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 38.8867°N / 26.4977°E↗ (Aegean Sea, Greece)
Antipode: 38.887°S / 153.502°W↗
Nearest volcano: Kenger (170 km / 106 mi)
Nearby towns and cities:
10 km (6 mi) S of Tarti (pop: 27) --> See nearby quakes!
15 km (9 mi) SE of Plomari (pop: 3,000) --> See nearby quakes!
24 km (15 mi) SSE of Agiasos (pop: 2,320) --> See nearby quakes!
25 km (16 mi) S of Mytilene (Mitilini) (pop: 28,300) --> See nearby quakes!
33 km (20 mi) NW of Foca (Turkey) (pop: 15,200) --> See nearby quakes!
35 km (22 mi) SE of Polichnitos (pop: 2,670) --> See nearby quakes!
42 km (26 mi) WNW of Aliağa (Turkey) (pop: 44,900) --> See nearby quakes!
51 km (32 mi) SSW of Ayvalik (Turkey) (pop: 70,000) --> See nearby quakes!
59 km (36 mi) WNW of Menemen (Turkey) (pop: 53,500) --> See nearby quakes!
261 km (162 mi) ENE of Athens (pop: 664,000) --> See nearby quakes!
40 km (25 mi) SSE of Lesvos Island (pop: 86,400) --> See nearby quakes!
Primary data source: KOERI-RETMC (Kandilli Oservatory and Earthquake Research Institute in Istanbul)
Estimated released energy: 6.3 x 107 joules (17.5 kilowatt hours) More info
Data for the same earthquake reported by different agencies
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|2.0||15 km||AEGEAN SEA||KOERI-RETMC|
|2.0||15 km||NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY||EMSC|
User reports for this quakeAt magnitude 2.0, such a quake wouldn't normally be felt by people except under very favorable conditions.
User reports estimate the perceived ground shaking intensity according to the MMI (Modified Mercalli Intensity) scale.