Petropavlovsk – Kamchatsky, March 9 – Scientists recorded the tenth earthquake since the beginning of the day off the coast of Kamchatka, it follows from the data on the website of the Kamchatka branch of the Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Nine out of ten earthquakes occurred at approximately the same point, in the Pacific Ocean southeast of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The centers are located about 200 kilometers from the regional center. Another earthquake occurred in the Bering Island region.
Today’s strongest earthquake had a magnitude of 5.1. It happened at 14.06 local time (5.06 Moscow time). The last batch was recorded at 19.18 Kamchatka time (10.18 Moscow time). Its magnitude is 3.7.
Earlier it was reported that three earthquakes occurred off the coast of Kamchatka on March 8. The magnitude of the strongest was 6.1, and it was felt by residents of three settlements on the peninsula. According to them, chandeliers swayed in the houses.
The Kuriles earthquake struck