390 aftershocks within 25 hours after the M6.3 near Awaji island

At 5:33 of 4/13/2013, M6.3 occurred near Awaji island in western Japan.

The depth of epicenter was 15km.

390 aftershocks happened by 7:00 of 4/14/2013 (25.5 hours after the quake). The largest quake was M3.8 at 5:41 4/13/2013.

In the observatory of Sumoto city Awaji island, diastrophism was found.


↓ A house in Awaji island [URL]

390 aftershocks within 25 hours after the M6.3 near Awaji island


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Français :

390 répliques dans les 25 heures suivant le séisme M6,3 près de l’île d’Awaji


Le 13 avril 2013 à 5:33, un séisme M6,3 a frappé près de l’île d’Awaji dans l’ouest japonais.
La profondeur de l’épicentre était à 15 km.
On en était à 390 répliques le 14 avril 2013 vers 7:00 (25,5 heures après le séisme). Le plus fort séisme a été un M3,8 le 13 avril à 5:41.
Ils ont trouvé un diatrophisme à l’observatoire de la ville de Sumoto sur l’île d’Awaji.

↓ Une maison de l’île d’Awaji [Lien]

390 aftershocks within 25 hours after the M6.3 near Awaji island


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