posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 01:28 AM
It's a quake from the future!
Date-Time [UTC]: Monday, 31th December 2013 at 08:02 PM
Local Date/Time: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 06:02 at night at epicenter
It partied so hard there that it registered on seismos a year in the past
This is one area that I've truthfully never considered when it comes to seismic activity. Now, realistically, since it's near Mt Erebus, and Mount
Erebus is an active volcano, it's probably more common for shaking to occur in that general area than we realize.
Actually, it looks much further from the McMurdo area than I initially thought. I may just want to plug the coordinates into Google Earth, these two
distance measurements don't mesh up the way I thought (I thought the comma was a period at first glance)
1,855 km (0.62 miles) SE of McMurdo Station, Antarctica
*scratches head* Now that I've looked closer, I don't understand how I thought it was 1.855 km in the first place. Serves me right for not looking
closely, I guess.
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