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Alaska Earthquake 7.1° (Anchorage) November 30, 2018 Compilation HD / Terremoto 7.1 en Alaska 2018

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Published on 15 Oct 2021 / In News and Politics

El 30 de noviembre de 2018, a las 8:29 a.m. AKST (17:29 UTC), un terremoto de magnitud 7.1 azotó el centro sur de Alaska. El epicentro del terremoto se produjo cerca de Point Mackenzie, a unas 10 millas (16 km) al norte de Anchorage, y ocurrió a una profundidad de 29 millas (47 km). Fue seguido seis minutos después por una réplica de magnitud 5.7 centrada a 2.5 millas (4.0 km) al noroeste del municipio. El terremoto se pudo sentir tan lejos como Fairbanks.
El Centro Nacional de Alerta de Tsunami, ubicado dentro de la zona del terremoto, en Palmer, Alaska, a 42 millas (68 km) al noreste de Anchorage, emitió advertencias de tsunami para las áreas costeras cercanas, incluidas Cook Inlet y la península de Kenai, pero fueron levantadas poco después.

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On November 30, 2018, at 8:29 a.m. AKST (17:29 UTC), a magnitude 7.1earthquake hit South Central Alaska. The earthquake's epicenter was near Point Mackenzie, about 10 miles (16 km) north of Anchorage, and occurred at a depth of 29 miles (47 km). It was followed six minutes later by a magnitude 5.7 aftershock centered 2.5 miles (4.0 km) north-northwest of the municipality.The earthquake could be felt as far away as Fairbanks.

The National Tsunami Warning Center—itself located inside the quake zone, in Palmer, Alaska, 42 miles (68 km) northeast of Anchorage—issued tsunami warnings for nearby coastal areas, including Cook Inlet and the Kenai Peninsula, but they were lifted shortly after.

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