Very weak earthquake, magnitude 2.3, at a depth of 33 km
23. August 2:08 UTC: First message: USGS 4 minutes later.
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Date and time: August 23, 2021 02:04:52 UTC –
Local time in the epicenter: Sunday August 22, 2021 4:04 pm (GMT -10)
Earthquake depth: 32.7 km
The epicenter geogr. wide length: 19.24167°N / 155.3665°W (Hawaii, United States)
Seismic opposite pole: 19242°S/24634°E
Nearest volcano: Kilauea (20 km / 12 miles)
Nearby places and cities:
13 km from ENE bahala (pop: 1360) -> earthquake is near!
26 km SSW from volcano village (bang: 2580) -> earthquake is near!
44 km southwest Mountain View (pop: 3920) -> earthquakes nearby!
46 km from ENE Hawaii ocean view (bang: 4,440) -> earthquake is near!
57 km southwest Hawaii Paradise Park (County of Hawaii) (bang: 11400) -> earthquake is near!
57 km ESE from Hononau Nabobo (bang: 2570) -> earthquake is near!
62 km southwest Hello (pop number: 43300) -> earthquake is near!
80 km ESE from Kailua-Kona (County of Hawaii) (pop count: 12000) -> earthquakes nearby!
84 km southeast Kalua (County of Hawaii) (pop: 9640) -> earthquakes nearby!
217 km southeast Kahului (pop: 26300) -> earthquake is near!
intermittent clouds 26.2 °C (79 F), humidity: 73%, wind: 2 m/s (4 knots) from SW
Primary data source: USGS (US Geological Survey)
Rated earthquake energy: 1.8×108 Joules (49.4 kWh) More info
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|2.3||33 km||12 km ENE from Pahala, Hawaii||USGS|
|2.3||33 km||Hawaii Island, Hawaii||EMSC|
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