posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 05:27 AM
reply to post by aLLeKs
Well I don't know about you but this one was right where I was expecting it.
Unfortunately our only eyes on the area, G.SANVU seismograph station, has been off line for two days now but prior to that there were lots of small
unreported quakes. I have checked in BUD and all channels stopped on day 81 (Friday). I hope this is not a permanent state!!
Begs the question where did they get the quake information? Well not SANVU anyway
USGS Phase data
ETA: MARNC is Mare, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia and NOT MARN in Italy. The right hand column truncates the 5th character.
sta phase arrival res dist azm amp per mag amp per mag sta
MARNCePn 08:15:00.51 -0.2 5.1 261 MARN
MSVF ePn 08:15:00.59 -3.7 5.3 56 MSVF
PINNCePn 08:15:10.58 -0.6 5.8 251 PINN
DZM ePn 08:15:22.52 0.5 6.6 258 DZM
OUZ ePn 08:17:09.66 1.3 14.4 179 OUZ
NIUE ePn 08:17:26.56 -0.3 15.8 87 NIUE
LHI ePn 08:17:37.97 -1.1 16.7 227 LHI
HNR ePn 08:17:44.50 -0.5 17.2 309 HNR
HNR is the closest we do have access to and is Honaria in the Solomon Islands
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You can see the quake rumbling slowly through. HNR is quite a distance from Vanuatu. The signal after 4 is NOT the Kuril quake, it is something
Forgot to add: You can see the VANUATU seismograms as far as they go
PuterMan speaks with forked tongue
I really must keep up to date with the _REALTIME network. The problem is that I have a bit of difficulty remembering all of the 2600+ stations in the
network especially since they seem to be increasing quickly. Not so long ago there were < 2000.
The ND (New Caledonia broadband network
) is in the _REALTIME virtual network so we do have other eyes.
edit on 24/3/2013 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)