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Hypocenter Region E OFF IBARAKI PREF
Origin Time (JST) May 01, 2017 14:26:01.72
Latitude 36.004N
Longitude 140.740E
Depth 23.9km
Magnitude 2.5

Hypocenter Map
█ Earthquake Information by AQUA system Mechanism Solution Catalog
An earthquake occurred in/around the "SOUTHERN TOCHIGI PREF" on May 01, 11:51 (JST).
- May 01, 2017 11:51:46 (JST) Announcement
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█ Notice of Hi-net Past Notice
Mar 01, 2017:  The guidance of the updating user account 2017.
Jan 07, 2015:  We started the continuous waveform data download service for ADEP.
Oct 01, 2014:  We started the continuous waveform data download service for JAMSTEC[DONET1].
█ Recent Large Earthquake
   Apr 29, 2017 (JST)   SE OFF OSUMI PEN   M5.7
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Hypocenter Region SE OFF OSUMI PEN
Origin Time (JST) Apr 29, 2017 21:32:32.83
Latitude 30.78N
Longitude 131.57E
Depth 25km
Magnitude 5.7
◤Mechanism Solution Information
Plane1 Strike/Dip 180.6˚/73.4˚
Plane2 Strike/Dip 59.2˚/29.8˚
P-Axis Azimuth/Take-off 59.3˚/35.4˚
T-Axis Azimuth/Take-off 289.8˚/65.7˚
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