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Reference Number 3519709 [View event in Google Maps] [View Felt Reports in Google Maps]
Universal Time May 27 2011 at 3:42
NZ Standard Time Friday, May 27 2011 at 3:42 pm
Latitude, Longitude 44.46°S, 170.66°E
Focal Depth 5 km
Richter magnitude 4.3
30 km south-west of Cave
30 km south-west of Albury
50 km west of Timaru
160 km north of Dunedin
I expect there to be a large release of energy in this area and around the edges some timein the fairly near future.
Hopi prophesy states that if man will not turn from the way of harming the earth, then the grand fathers will speak...16 grandfathers are the volcano of the cascade range.
Originally posted by Aromaz
Just quick, I have to go.
Could be as you say due to solar event. We had a M1.2 at 21h48 last night, I still got yhe video but for some or other reason it went off the register at SolarSoft. Today at 11h33 we had another M1.4 flare. Both of these had strong fast X-ray and Gamma ray and both had a magnetic effect. I will be back fiddling tomorrow; but in mean time see if this data might be reflected on your link,
Can also look at NOAA storm warnings and various graphs here: www.n3kl.com...
The geomagnetic field was at active conditions today. The AP level was 40. The high latitude AP was above 40. This is the strongest geomagnetic storm and AP reading since March 11 when the AP also reached 40. It was also the day of the great Japanese earthquake and tsunami of M 9.0. The solar activity was very active all day today. SWPC expects disturbed to active conditions in the geomagnetic field for the next day with moderate to quiet conditions returning on May 29-30. Global seismicity will probably increase with this disturbance especially at 10-15 degrees from the geomagnetic equator and under the auroral ionospheric currents. A global seismic watch is in effect through June 3 with the possibility of an event of M>7 about 30% and of M>=7.5 about 15% during this time interval. Probabilities are highest today and tomorrow and on June 1-3 in combination with the tidal effects of the new moon alignment.