Egypt records a 3.9 magnitude earthquake, with the same epicenter as Tuesday's earthquake
The Egyptian National Institute of Astronomical and Geophysical Research revealed that an earthquake was detected today, Thursday, at ten thirty in the morning local time, with a magnitude of 3.9 on the Richter scale, and its source was the same as the epicenter of last Tuesday's earthquake.
Last Tuesday, October 19, 2021, the institute's National Seismic Network stations recorded an earthquake east of Crete (390 km north of Alexandria).
The National Institute for Astronomical Research, headed by Dr. Gad Al-Qadi, revealed that the earthquake data is as follows, strength: 6.2 degrees on the Richter scale, Latitude: 34.59 North, Longitude: 28.59 East, Depth: 31.56 km, and the Institute has received information about feeling the earthquake without any occurrence Loss of life and property.
The National Earthquake Network operates through 70 stations whose locations have been carefully selected in light of the seismic history of all of Egypt. It has become impossible for any earthquake to occur without recording and monitoring it, regardless of its strength, even if it is less than zero.
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