M4.1 hit Awaji-shima in Hyogo

At 12:07 of 7/17/2013 (JST), M4.1 hit Awaji-shima.

M6.3 hit there on 4/13/2013 followed by over 390 aftershocks within 25 hours.

(cf, 390 aftershocks within 25 hours after the M6.3 near Awaji island [URL])

This time, the maximum seismic scale was 3.

M4.1 hit Awaji-shima in Hyogo





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Un séisme M4,1 frappe Awaji-shima dans Hyogo


Le 17 juillet 2013 à 12:07 (JST), un séisme M4.1 frappe Awaji-shima.

Un M6.3 avait frappé au même endroit le 13 avril 2013 suivi par plus de 390 répliques en 25 heures. (cf. 390 répliques dans les 25 heures suivant le séisme M6,3 près de l’île d’Awaji)
Cette fois-ci, le maximum sur l’échelle sismique est de 3.

M4.1 hit Awaji-shima in Hyogo


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