Česky Earthquake of 11th July 2017
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Date and time: 11.07.2017, 13:58:10 CEST
Magnitude: 3.3
Region: Czech Republic, West Bohemia, Luby
Coordinates: 50.280° N, 12.416° E
Distance from NPP Temelin: 190 km
Distance from NPP Dukovany:300 km
Additional info:
The earthquake was felt by people near the epicentre. If you felt it too you can report your experience here.
It presented no threat to any of the Czech NPPs.
It is the strongest earthquake so far of the recent seismic swarm. Seismic swarms occur repeatedly here. No greater damage is expected by this type of earthquakes. The last bigger one was observed in 2014.
More details can be found at Geophysical Institute AS Prague.
Seismogram of the earthquake from stations of the IPE local seismological networks monitoring the Czech NPPs. The upper track is from Temelín network and the lower one from Dukovany network. Time in the seismograms is in UTC (CEST - 2 hours). Vertical axis shows ground velocity in mm/s.