Friday, May 10, 2019

6.3R earthquake rocks Kyushu, JAPAN <--As Predicted here

STRONG magnitude 6.3 quake ROCKS Kyushu on Ring of Fire as predicted here.

A MASSIVE 6.4 magnitude has hit off the coast of Japan the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has confirmed.The quake hit near Japan's third largest island, Kyushu. The earthquake hit off the coast of the island in the early hours of Friday morning. According to reports the tremor was felt at around 8.48am local time 11.48pm BST.As of yet, no Tsunami warning has been issued.Moreover, there are no reports of any immediate damage or casualties.

The earthquake hit close to 150km (93 miles) from the island of Kyushu.
The USGS reported the epicentre of the earthquake was off the coast of Miyazaki.
The quake was registered at a depth of 24km (14 miles).
Miyazaki has a population of 311,203 and is the closest major city to the quake.
Friday morning's quake will be the second felt in Japan in the last week following magnitude 5.8 earthquake which hit on May 4.
The previous quake hit off the coast of Hokkaido at 1.40am local time (5.40pm BST).

Below please find the published Japan Calendar which shows that we expected a strong event on 8-9th May. Spot on.

MagnitudeMw 6.3
Date time2019-05-09 23:48:43.3 UTC
Location31.87 N ; 131.54 E
Depth33 km
Distances219 km SE of Fukuoka-shi, Japan / pop: 1,393,000 / local time: 08:48:43.3 2019-05-10
12 km SE of Miyazaki-shi, Japan / pop: 312,000 / local time: 08:48:43.3 2019-05-10

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