Large M7.0 (M6.9) earthquake strikes Japan — Coast of Honshu Fukushima Prefecture (Video)
Large M7.0 (M6.9) earthquake strikes Japan — Coast of Honshu Fukushima Prefecture Video
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A warning was issued for Japan to be on watch for M6.2 to M6.5 earthquake activity near Tokyo 2 days prior to the earthquake warning issued on November 19th..
The warning was issued on November 19th, and the time frame to watch was 72 hours (3 day watch).
See the warning here, the location warned was near Tokyo : YouTube
The location struck by the M7.0 earthquake today (Nov 21-22) was about 150 miles Northeast of the location expected to be struck! This is a very small location if one considers the size of the area expecting movement.
This stream is showing the past 48 hours of USGS reported earthquakes + the last 50 EMSC reported earthquakes internationally.
No voice in this video unless a large earthquake strikes.
Marker height off the globe = depth into the Earth.
The feed may show double earthquakes in some locations due to both USGS + EMSC agencies reporting the events.
When an earthquake strikes, you will hear a rumble, ding, and a bell toll. The bell will toll the number of times = to the earthquake which occurs. (example : M4.0 will ring 4 times).
The most recent earthquake has a green placemark / flag on it.