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        Most of us are busy, on the go at 8:13am on a Monday. Nonetheless if you were on #Crete at that time yesterday October 26th, 2020, did you feel the 3.9 magnitude earthquake centred under the sea, 96kms South Southwest of the Lassithi regional centre of Ierapetra, yesterday. :unsure:

        Full Earthquake data: as supplied by the NOA – the National Observatory Athens

        Date & time: Monday, 26 October 2020 06:13 UTC

        Local time at epicenter: 26 Oct 8:13 am (EET)

        Magnitude: 3.9 richter scale

        Depth: 17.0 kms

        Epicenter latitude:34.2645°N, longitude:25.2155°E  (#Greece)

        Nearest volcano: Santorini (238 km / 148 mi)

        Nearby towns and cities:

        83 km (51 mi) S of Pýrgos (pop: 1,100)

        84 km (52 mi) SW of Arvi (pop: 700)

        84 km (52 mi) S of Agía Fotiá Siteías (pop: 300)

        118 km (74 mi) S of Irákleion (pop: 137,200)

        176 km (109 mi) SE of Chaniá (pop: 53,900)

        435 km (270 mi) SE of Athens (pop: 664,000)

        Data source : NOA

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