posted on Nov, 29 2015 @ 12:44 PM
a reply to: muzzy
yeah as soon as I say "looks normal, no surprises" ............
the number of events continue to increase per 24 hr period
54 on the 28th JST (JMA are always 3 days behind on the catalog)
SW off Kyushu page
note: the address stays the
same, even if the title and the post date/time changes each day
Not sure what this means, the Bath's Law largest aftershock is on track at M5.9 already on the first day.
Seems to be 3 main areas of activity, the original M7.1 mainshock area in the SW, then two other areas to the NNE
e.g. first map shows the 14th day
then the 15th day (only part of, as the JMA data is only half a day in UTC time)
You can also see it on the "all aftershocks map". Its not so obvious, but you can see the thicker density of orb markers when I put hotspot discs to
be in the same spot on each map
FWIW the central area is where the M5.9 aftershock was, in the top area the biggest event was a 4.3
I usually run M7's for 7 days or 14 days, but I might follow this through to 21 days, see what happens.
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