Saturday, June 3, 2017

6.7R in Aleutian Islands <--As Predicted

A 6.7R event was registered late yesterday in Aleutian Islands, location shown by the above map. This region is very much within the square capture of Kamchatka which we give a calendar. Hence one could use the June Calendar for Kamchatka, and we can see the peak on the barchart  we were expecting it today (3rd June), well within the +-1 day window.  I also show you the Global calendar, as this should also capture it as it is an event of >6R.  The Global calendar is for >6R events across the globe, but for no specific location. It has been derived from ONLY strong, (>6R) past events globally. Both calendars show good peaks on the 3rd June, hence we have a hit.


Mw 6.7
Date time2017-06-02 22:24:48.1 UTC
Location54.05 N ; 170.94 E
Depth12 km
Distances2477 km NE of Sapporo-shi, Japan / pop: 1,884,000 / local time: 07:24:48.1 2017-06-03
821 km E of P
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