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Hypocenter Region SE OFF MIYAGI PREF
Origin Time (JST) Dec 13, 2017 13:46:25.32
Latitude 37.979N
Longitude 142.561E
Depth 19.1km
Magnitude 2.8

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█ Earthquake Information by AQUA system Mechanism Solution Catalog
An earthquake occurred in/around the "E OFF MIYAGI PREF" on Dec 13, 07:34 (JST).
- Dec 13, 2017 07:34:39 (JST) Announcement
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Jan 07, 2015:  We started the continuous waveform data download service for ADEP.
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█ Recent Large Earthquake
   Dec 06, 2017 (JST)   CENTRAL NAGANO PREF   M5.0
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Hypocenter Region CENTRAL NAGANO PREF
Origin Time (JST) Dec 06, 2017 00:13:49.42
Latitude 36.37N
Longitude 137.96E
Depth 10km
Magnitude 5.0
◤Mechanism Solution Information
Plane1 Strike/Dip 246.0˚/59.5˚
Plane2 Strike/Dip 355.5˚/60.5˚
P-Axis Azimuth/Take-off 120.6˚/89.4˚
T-Axis Azimuth/Take-off 211.1˚/45.0˚
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