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7.3 magnitude earthquake is shaking the seafloor near South Sandwich Islands and we now have 2 buoys in event mode!
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[quote:Etta:MV8yMjkyODk5XzM5MDQ2OTY2X0ExMzQwM0M0] I was just looking at the two buoys, was wondering.. [/quote]
7.3 magnitude earthquake shakes seafloor near South Sandwich Islands
Posted on July 15, 2013 by The Extinction Protocol
July 15, 2013 – ANTARCTICA – A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has struck south of Bristol Island in the South Sandwich Islands. No tsunami alert exists, however. The massive 7.3 magnitude earthquake began today July 15, 2013 far out to sea, far from Argentina and Chile’s coast, officials tell news. It was initially reported as a 6.8 magnitude quake before being upgraded. The large earthquake today began moments ago. It erupted at 12:03 pm local time, officials tell news. It also posted a moderate depth. USGS indicates to news that the quake starting twenty miles below sea level. But the quake was far from land when it began. Officials tell news that the quake was closest only to one island. The quake began one hundred thirty miles southeast of Bristol Island in the South Sandwich Islands. The quake was thereafter a great distance from other nations.
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