A light earthquake magnitude 4.6 (ml/mb) has occurred on Tuesday, 110 km SE of King Cove, Alaska (68 miles). The epicenter of the earthquake was roughly 35 km (22 miles) below the earth’s surface. The temblor was picked up at 10:45:07 / 10:45 am (local time epicenter). Exact location, longitude -161.3225° West, latitude 54.2573° North, depth = 35 km. A tsunami warning has not been issued (Does not indicate if a tsunami actually did or will exist). Global time and date of event 09/06/20 / 2020-06-09 10:45:07 / June 9, 2020 @ 10:45 am UTC/GMT. Unique identifier: us6000a8fe. Ids that are associated to the event: us6000a8fe.
Every year there are an estimated 13,000 light earthquakes in the world. Earthquakes 4.0 to 5.0 are often felt, but only causes minor damage. In the past 24 hours, there have been one, in the last 10 days five, in the past 30 days ten and in the last 365 days sixty-one earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater that have been detected in the same area.
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Did objects rattle, topple over, or fall off shelves? Leave a comment or report about activity, shaking and damage at your home, country and city. The information in this article comes from the USGS Earthquake Notification Service. Read more about the earthquake, Seismometer information, Distances, Parameters, Date-Time, Location and details about this quake, detected near: 110 km SE of King Cove, Alaska.
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