Earthquakes list November 1, 2010

M 4.9      2010/11/02 03:36    Depth 43.3 km     OFFSHORE GUATEMALA
November 01, 2010 at 09:36:57 PM (21:36) at epicenter
Epicenter 110 km (65 miles) SW of Escuintla, Guatemala and 150 km from Guatemala City. Just on top of the steep subduction wall.
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M 5.3      2010/11/01 23:16    Depth 190.2 km     CHIAPAS, MEXICO
05:16:48 PM (17:16) at epicenter
Deep harmless earthquake.
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M 4.5      2010/11/01 15:01    Depth 24.9 km     KEPULAUAN MENTAWAI REGION, INDONESIA
10:01:21 PM (22:01) at epicenter
Moderate aftershock with epicenter to the north of the initial M 7.7 earthquake. About 50 km from the shores of the Islands of Sipora  and North Pagai.
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M 4.8      2010/11/01 13:19    Depth 241.6 km     TONGA
November 02, 2010 at 02:19:19 AM at epicenter
Very deep and thus harmless earthquake with epicenter 123 km from Neiafu, Tonga.
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M 4.9      2010/11/01 05:41    Depth 20.4 km     NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
03:41:09 PM (15:41) at epicenter
Less powerful aftershock at a little more distance from the shoreline than yesterdays M 5.7 earthquake.
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M 5.3      2010/11/01 05:16    Depth 54.3 km     NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
03:16:40 PM (15:16) at epicenter
Aftershock at nearly the same location than yesterdays M 5.7 earthquake.
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Earthquakes occurred yesterday (UTC time), but today local time

M 4.9      2010/10/31 23:14    Depth 654.9 km     SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS
November 01, 2010 at 11:14:34 AM at epicenter
Very deep earthquake in the hot mantle of the earth.
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M 4.8      2010/10/31 19:23    Depth 150.0 km     BANDA SEA, INDONESIA
November 01, 2010 at 04:23:44 AM at epicenter
Harmless combination Magntitude/Focal Depth
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M 5.1      2010/10/31 18:49    Depth 22.9 km     NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
November 01, 2010 at 04:49:14 AM at epicenter
Aftershock but this time under the island in the same area and a little north of Atua.
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M 5.7      2010/10/31 16:38    Depth 7.0 km     NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
November 01, 2010 at 02:38:49 AM at epicenter
Heavy earthquake at the southern part of New Britain and on top of the Subduction zone near Atua, Awai and Baronga, all hamlets at the sea.
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