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Sismo no confirmado o evento similar a un terremoto: 40 km al sur de Lansing, Condado de Ingham County, Michigan, Estados Unidos, martes, 21 sep 2021 12:10 (GMT -4)

Sismo no confirmado o evento similar a un terremoto: 40 km al sur de Lansing, Condado de Ingham County, Michigan, Estados Unidos, martes, 21 sep 2021 12:10 (GMT -4) Sismo no confirmado o evento similar a un terremoto: 40 km al sur de Lansing, Condado de Ingham County, Michigan, Estados Unidos, martes, 21 sep 2021 12:10 (GMT -4)
21 Sep 16:23 UTC: Primero en informar: VolcanoDiscovery después de 13 minutos.

Detalles del terremoto

Fecha y hora21 Sep 2021 16:10:35 UTC
Hora local en el epicentromartes, 21 sep 2021 12:10 (GMT -4)
Statusno confirmado
Magnituddesconocido (3.8?)
Prof.50.0 km
Epicentro latitud / longitud42.37318°N / 84.63071°W (Condado de Jackson, Michigan, Estados Unidos)
Antipode42.373°S / 95.369°E
Intensidad del temblorTemblor muy débil
Sentido424 informes
Fuente primaria de datosVolcanoDiscovery (Informes de agitación enviados por usuarios)
Lugares cercanos6 km al E de Springport (pop: 790) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
18 km al NE de Albion (pop: 8,230) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
24 km al NO de Jackson (pop: 33,100) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
40 km al S de Lansing (pop: 115,100) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
42 km al SSO de East Lansing (pop: 48,500) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
45 km al E de Battle Creek (pop: 51,600) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
74 km al O de Ann Arbor (pop: 117,100) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
79 km al E de Kalamazoo (pop: 76,000) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
119 km al NO de Toledo (Ohio) (pop: 279,800) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
748 km al ONO de Washington (District of Columbia) (pop: 601,700) | En el mapa | Sismos cercanos
Tiempo en el epicentro en el momento del sismoOvercast Clouds 22.2°C (72 F), humidity: 84%, wind: 5 m/s (10 kts) from SSW
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Seismograms

Seismic station: Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA (AAM/US network) | Distance from quake: 80 km / 50 mi | Show on map | Station Info
Seismic station Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA: vertical movement plot around time of quake (source: IRIS/BUD)
Seismogram (vertical component) around time of quake. Thin dotted red line indicates time of quake. Seismic waves arrive some time later, depending on distance. Bandpass filter applied: 0.5-10.0 Hz. Source: IRIS Buffer of Uniform Data (BUD) webtool
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User reports for this quake (600)

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Pinckney, MI (56.5 km E of epicenter) [Map] / Weak shaking (MMI III) / single lateral shake / very short
Rives Junction / not felt / 1-2 s : It sounded like a huge explosion and expected to see a mushroom cloud. Felt a shock wave from it but not shaking  
Jackson Michigan / Light shaking (MMI IV) / rattling, vibrating / 2-5 s
Parma, MI. / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / rattling, vibrating / very short : A quick shake of the house. Like something large fell.  
Lansing Michigan (36.6 km N of epicenter) [Map] / not felt
Eckford / not felt : Heard an audible boom. Did not sound like thunder or an explosion.  
5061 Pine Dr. Jackson, MI 49201 (28.5 km ESE of epicenter) [Map] / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / single vertical bump / very short : Loud boom in the distance to the northwest of my location  
Jackson / not felt
Albion / not felt : live next to kazoo river didntfeel anything  
Jackson Mi / not felt : A loud BOOM! Almost like a bowling ball dropping on the floor inside of the house. ((My husband and I were both outside cleaning out the garage when it happened))  
Brighton MI / Weak shaking (MMI III) / 2-5 s : Loud bang like something crashed into the house and the house shook for a few seconds after  
Fowlerville Michigan (53.5 km NE of epicenter) [Map] / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / rattling, vibrating / 1-2 s : Heard a boom and also shook my house  
2010 Pringle Ave / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / 1-2 s
Jackson, MI (16.7 km SE of epicenter) [Map] / Weak shaking (MMI III) / single lateral shake / 2-5 s
Parma, mi / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / 2-5 s : Loud echoing boom  
Pleasant Lake / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / 2-5 s
Marshall, mi / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / single vertical bump / very short : Just a loud boom  
Rives Junction / not felt : Heard the boom!  
East side Jackson / not felt
Pleasant Lake, Michigan / Light shaking (MMI IV) / single lateral shake / 20-30 s : Windows rattled loud boom And I thought something hit the house  
Stockbridge / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / rattling, vibrating / 5-10 s : Something heavy falling on the house.  
Jackson / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / single vertical bump / very short
48819 (34 km ENE of epicenter) [Map] / Light shaking (MMI IV) / single lateral shake / very short : it felt more like an explosion/blast than an earthquake  
Jackson, MI / not felt
Jackson Mi / Very weak shaking (MMI II) / very short : Heard it. Sounded like an explosion  
Waterloo Township / not felt : Loud boom!  
He’ll Michigan / not felt : Saw reports but didn’t feel anything  
Leslie / Light shaking (MMI IV) / 2-5 s : It felt as if someone ran into my house with a dump truck and sounded like it as well.  
Jackson, mi / not felt : I was at the bank in drive thru a little after noon and my window was down and I heard a loud boom sound. I first thought it was thunder and I looked up into the sky and saw nothing.. then I thought it was a car hitting the bank building and I looked into  
Jackson / not felt
Vandercook Michigan / not felt : We were sitting outside when we heard it. It was a loud boom then sounded like ever lasting thunder. Crazy!  
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