What was the longest earthquake?
The 1960 Valdivia earthquake (Spanish: Terremoto de Valdivia) or the Great Chilean earthquake (Gran terremoto de Chile) on 22 May 1960 was the most powerful earthquake ever recorded….1960 Valdivia earthquake.
|Iquique Santiago Punta Arenas|
|UTC time||1960-05-22 19:11:14|
|Local date||22 May 1960|
|Duration||approx. 10 minutes|
What is the baddest earthquake?
Science Center Objects
|2.||9.2||1964 Great Alaska Earthquake, Prince William Sound Earthquake, Good Friday Earthquake|
|3.||9.1||Sumatra-Andaman Islands Earthquake, 2004 Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami, Indian Ocean Earthquake|
Where was the earthquake in the Solomon Islands?
A magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands 155 km (96 mi) south southwest of Dadali on Santa Isabel Island on July 10 at a depth of 12.0 km (7.5 mi). A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck offshore of Barbados 127 km (79 mi) northeast of Bathsheba on July 16 at a depth of 20.0 km (12.4 mi).
Where was the earthquake on February 16, 2015?
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck offshore of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 146 km (91 mi) north northwest of Visokoi Island on February 16 at a depth of 13.0 km (8.1 mi). A magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck offshore of Japan 83 km (52 mi) east northeast of Miyako on February 16 at a depth of 23.0 km (14.3 mi).
Where was the earthquake in Nepal in April 2015?
A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal 34 km (21 mi) east southeast of Lamjung on April 25 at a depth of 8.2 km (5.1 mi). 8,857 people were killed in Nepal, 78 in India, 25 in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, and 4 in Bangladesh. A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Nepal 1 km (0.62 mi) east of Banepa on April 25 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
Where was the earthquake in Papua New Guinea?
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore of New Zealand 89 km (55 mi) southeast of L’Esperance Rock in the Kermadec Islands on June 25 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Papua New Guinea 145 km (90 mi) south southwest of Kokopo on June 30 at a depth of 43.0 km (26.7 mi).