This is how the earth shook in 2008. Who remembers?

This is how the earth shook in 2008.  Who remembers?

Earthquake in Iceland (2008) – A double earthquake that occurred on May 29, 2008 at 15:46 UTC in southwestern Iceland.

The recorded magnitudes had the value of 5.9 MW and 5.8 MW, giving the composite value of 6.1 MW. Telesismic measurements showed a magnitude of 6.3 MWC. The epicenter was between the towns of Hveragerði and Selfoss, about 45 kilometers from Reykjavík. It was the strongest earthquake since the 2000 earthquake.

The quake did not cause any deaths, 30 people were injured. As a result of the quake, some farms and buildings in the vicinity of Selfoss, Hveragerði, Eyrarbakki, Stokkseyri and Þorlákshöfn were damaged.

Source: Wikipedia and YouTube

Source: Yle




Related Posts:

Ads Block Detector Powered by

Ads Blocker Detected!!!

Hi there! We have noticed that you are using an ad blocker. When you use an ad blocker, we will detect it and display this message. We understand that you want to reduce the annoyance of ads, but we also want you to know that ads are our main source of revenue to keep our website running. If you are willing to disable your ad blocker or whitelist our website, we can continue to provide high-quality content and services. In addition, you can enjoy a better browsing experience as the ads will display more relevant content based on your interests. Thank you for your understanding and support!