Weak mag. 2.5 earthquake - Aegean Sea, 20 km northwest of Karaburun, İzmir, Turkey, on Sunday, Jul 9, 2017 1:39 am (GMT +0)
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Weak magnitude 2.5 earthquake at 10 km depth
9 Jul 03:53 UTC: First to report: KOERI-RETMC after 2 hours and 13 minutes.
Local time at epicenter: Sunday, Jul 9, 2017 1:39 am (GMT +0)
Depth: 10.4 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 38.7857°N / 26.3782°E↗ (Aegean Sea, Turkey)
Antipode: 38.786°S / 153.622°W↗
Nearest volcano: Kenger (179 km / 111 mi)
Nearby towns and cities:
20 km (13 mi) NW of Karaburun (pop: 3,250) --> See nearby quakes!
21 km (13 mi) S of Plomari (Greece) (pop: 3,000) --> See nearby quakes!
33 km (21 mi) S of Agiasos (Greece) (pop: 2,320) --> See nearby quakes!
33 km (21 mi) SSW of Loutra (Greece) (pop: 1,120) --> See nearby quakes!
35 km (22 mi) WNW of Foca (pop: 15,200) --> See nearby quakes!
37 km (23 mi) SSE of Polichnitos (Greece) (pop: 2,670) --> See nearby quakes!
51 km (32 mi) NNE of Castro (Greece) (pop: 24,000) --> See nearby quakes!
51 km (32 mi) WSW of Candarli (pop: 4,860) --> See nearby quakes!
54 km (34 mi) SW of Dikili (pop: 14,100) --> See nearby quakes!
571 km (355 mi) W of Ankara (pop: 3,517,200) --> See nearby quakes!
47 km (29 mi) S 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: 3.5 x 108 joules (98.6 kilowatt hours) More info
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|2.5||10.4 km||AEGEAN SEA||KOERI-RETMC|
User reports for this quakeAt magnitude 2.5, this quake might have been felt very close to the epicenter and under calm conditions.
User reports estimate the perceived ground shaking intensity according to the MMI (Modified Mercalli Intensity) scale.