Unusual Seismic Event
The earthquake occurred in North Korea, near Sungjibaegam (population 11,786) on 2016-01-06 at 01:30:01 (UTC).
Epicenter: 41°18’18.0″N 129°02’20.4″E
Location: 21km (13mi) ENE of Sungjibaegam, North Korea
Time: 2016-01-06 01:30:01 (UTC)
Depth: (Estimated) 0.0 km (0.0 mi) Very Shallow
North Korea Nuclear Test Site
Event Map: M5.1 – 21km ENE of Sungjibaegam, North Korea on 2016-01-06 at 01:30:01 (UTC). This is a product of the GEOFON Extended Virtual Network (GEVN) and credit belongs to all involved institutions.
USGS interactive map
Recent Earthquakes Near Sŭngjibaegam, Yanggang-do, North Korea
Waveform: Event plot shows 1 hour of data from the nearest available seismic station in the Global Seismographic Network. Mudanjiang, Heilongjiang Province, China (44.617° N x 129.5908° E)
Interactive Earthquake Browser
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27 km E of Sŭngjibaegam, North Korea / pop: 11,786
Geophysical Survey. Russian Academy of Sciences Obninsk, Russia
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GeoForschungsZentrum (GEOFON) Potsdam, Germany
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