Deep 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes the Bonin Islands region of Japan

May 27, 2012 JAPAN A deep 6.0 magnitude earthquake struck the region of the Bonin Islands at a depth of 472.6 km (293.7 miles). The epicenter of the earthquake was 201 km (124 miles) W of Chichi-shima, Bonin Islands, Japan and 979 km (608 miles) S of Tokyo, Japan. There was no tsunami threat from the Bonin Islands earthquake. However, the quake was the second 6.0 magnitude earthquake to strike off the coast of Japan in four days. The Extinction Protocol
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1 Response to Deep 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes the Bonin Islands region of Japan

  1. ONTHEMARK55 says:

    5.3 quake near the east coast of Honshu, Japan today

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