Debile terremoto magnitudine 3.3 - Java, Indonesia martedí, 13 agosto 2019
13 Aug 15:55 UTC: Primo a segnalare: BMKG dopo 10 minuti.
Aug 14 03:30: Magnitudine ricalcolata da 3.2 a 3.3.
Profondità ricalcolata da 96.0 a 98.0 km.
Data & ora: Tuesday, 13 August 2019 15:45 UTC
Profondità: 98.0 km
Epicentro latitudine / longitudine: 8.13°S / 110.54°E
Vulcano più vicino: Merapi
(66 km / 41 mi)
Nearby towns and cities:29 km SE da Pundong
(pop: 24,100)35 km SE da Sewon
(pop: 73,600)35 km SE da Bambanglipuro
(pop: 44,700)41 km SE da Yogyakarta
(pop: 636,700)127 km S da Semarang
(pop: 1,288,100)460 km SE da Jakarta
Fonte dati primaria: BMKG
Stima dell'energia sismica liberata: 5.6 x 109
joules (1.56 megawatt hours, equivalent to 1.34 tons of TNT) [saperne di più
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|Data / ora||Mag. / Profondità||Ubicazione||Fonte|
|Tue, 13 Aug 15:45 UTC||M 3.3 / 98 km||Java, Indonesia||BMKG|
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