Weak earthquake of magnitude 2.3 at a depth of 1.8 km
13. August 01:53 UTC: First message: USGS two minutes later.
13. August 01:56: The amount has been recalculated from 2.2 to 2.3.
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Date and time (UTC): August 13, 2021 01:51:05 UTC –
Local time in the epicenter: Thursday August 12, 2021 8:51 PM (GMT -5)
Epicenter depth: 1.8 km
Geographical epicenter. Latitude/Longitude: 35.10605°N / 95.28055°W (Oklahoma, United States)
Nearby places and cities:
4 kilometers northwest quinta (bang: 297) -> earthquake is near!
8 km from ESE Quinton (Pop count: 1010) -> Nearby earthquakes!
21 km north Wilburton (pop count: 2680) -> earthquakes nearby!
22 km southwest stigler (pop number: 2770) -> earthquakes nearby!
49 km from ENE McAllister (Pittsburgh County) (pop: 18300) -> earthquake is near!
72 km south Muskogee (pop count: 38500) -> earthquake is near!
86 km northwest Fort Smith (Arkansas) (pop: 88200) -> earthquake is near!
92 km northwest Van Buren, Arkansas (bang: 23100) -> earthquake is near!
115 km southeast of broken arrow (pop: 106600) -> Near earthquake!
133 km southeast Tulsa (Pop count: 403,500) -> Near earthquake!
scattered clouds 32.1 °C (90 F), humidity: 49%, wind: 3 m/s (6 knots) from S.
Primary data source: USGS (US Geological Survey)
Rated earthquake energy: 1.8×108 Joules (49.4 kWh) More info
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