Thursday, January 24, 2019

5.4R in Greece 55km South of Rhodes.

A powerful 5.3R earthquake has just been reported 55km South of Rhodes in Greece.
The Athens University Geodynamic Institute says the undersea quake struck at 16:30 local time (14:30GMT) Thursday some 55 kilometers (38 miles) south of Rhodes, in the southeastern Aegean near the Turkish coast.
Its epicenter was about 10 kilometers beneath the sea bed.
A smaller quake rattled the same area Tuesday.
The epicenter location is seen on the top map above. We also attach for reference our expectation calendar for Greece where it cannot be clearer that the expectation is there. The depth is 68km. Another success of FDL.
No injuries or damage immediately reported.

Read more here:

Magnitudemb 5.3
Date time2019-01-24 14:30:54.5 UTC
Location35.95 N ; 28.18 E
Depth68 km
Distances289 km S of İzmir, Turkey / pop: 2,501,000 / local time: 17:30:54.5 2019-01-24
142 km S of Muğla, Turkey / pop: 48,200 / local time: 17:30:54.5 2019-01-24
55 km S of Ródos, Greece / pop: 56,200 / local time: 16:30:54.5 2019-01-24
22 km SE of Lárdos, Greece / pop: 1,400 / local time: 16:30:54.5 2019-01-24

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