originally posted by: muzzy
Just noticed on todays graphs something on the 1700 line QSPA and SNZO, Zambia and Kenya, but not RAO or MBWA( W Australia), so likely something went
off down south of NZ, or at least close to Antarctica, nothing showing on any Networks
looks like it was this one;
F-E Region: Southern Mid Atlantic Ridge
Time: 2014-11-04 16:58:24.3 UTC
Epicenter: 8.98°W 49.05°S
Depth: 10 km
Confirmed by Wilber3, part of IRIS ds.iris.edu...
49.0343° S 9.064° W 2014-11-04 16:58:24 UTC 15.0 km MB4.9 Southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge
Yes, it was showing on the following stations, with relevant arrival times.
SNZO: South Karori, New Zealand,
P +12m 56s, 17:11:20, S +23m 47s, 17:22:11
QSPA: South Pole Remote Earth Science Observatory (Quiet Zone)
P +7m 42s, 17:06:06, S +13m 55s, 17:12:19
VNDA: Wright Valley (Bull Pass) Antarctica, in the Mts behind McMurdo Sound
P +9m 18s, 17:07:42, S +16m 50s, 17:15:14
LBTB: Lobatse, Botswana, Africa
P +7m 1s, 17:05:25, S +12m 40s, 17:11:04
Amazing it showed on SNZO, for a M4.9, its so far away, 9962 km
The graphs for that period are gone now, thats why its called Live ISS
and why someone should save them.
I'll get onto it, am depending on WIlber3 for the arrival time details, if they don't post the event then there is no AT detail.
I'll make some new pages on GSAIM
which has been sitting idle for 3 months and new SNZO and RAO pages on
On VNDA and LBTB there were a couple of local quakes as well, different times, no sign of where/howbigtheywere on any networks.
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