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Major Earthquake Macquarie Island Region 19-May-22

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Last Updated on May 19, 2022 by PuterMan

An earthquake Magnitude 7.1 has occurred in Macquarie Island Region [New Zealand Region]. QVSData ref EMSC1129700

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Magnitude 7.1 [subject to review and confirmation]

Global Location Image

  • Date-Time: 2022-05-19T10:13:31.700Z (utc)
  • Earthquake location: 54.060°S, 159.160°E
  • Seismic Region: 11 – New Zealand Region
  • Seismic Geo Area: 167 – Macquarie Island Region
  • Earthquake depth: 2.0 km
  • Tsunamigenic: No. (Not tsunamigenic or unknown at this time)
  • Felt reports?: No
  • Status: 
  • Event ID: 1129700
  • Version Timestamp : 2022-05-19T11:37:30.094
  • QVSData ref: EMSC1129700
  1. 1216 km SW of Dunedin, New Zealand / pop: 114,000 / local time: 22:13:31.7 2022-05-19
  2. 1053 km SSW of Bluff, New Zealand / pop: 1,900 / local time: 22:13:31.7 2022-05-19

Regional Location Map

Event and Aftershocks

This link shows the event and any aftershocks during the following month using the IRIS Earthquake Browser [→]

Historical Information

Mag 6+ events in region in the last 20 years ~500 miles radius of the event (Max 100) from IRIS [→]
(The current event may not appear for a few minutes or so after the time.)
The above events in the IRIS Earthquake Browser 3D viewer [→]

Celestial Data

No claim is made as such that there is a connection to earthquake events between the positions of celestial bodies and/or the state of space weather however the data is provided for you to make your own observations on the possibilities and draw your own conclusions.

View from moon image (Fourmilab) shows you the view of the earth from the moon (centre of the image) at the time of the event.

Lunar Perigee and Apogee

2 ← Perigee → 26 | -14 ← Apogee → 41 Perigee date + distance Apogee date + distance
2022-03-23T23:29:00.000Z
369762km  F  +5d16h
2022-04-07T19:12:00.000Z
404437km  N  +6d12h
2022-04-19T15:17:00.000Z
365142km  F  +2d20h
2022-05-05T12:47:00.000Z
405286km  N  +4d16h
2022-05-17T15:24:00.000Z
360297km  F  +1d11h
2022-06-02T01:15:00.000Z
406190km  N  +2d13h
2022-06-14T23:23:00.000Z
357433km  F  +0d11h
2022-06-29T06:10:00.000Z
406580km  N  +0d03h
2022-07-13T09:09:00.000Z
357263km  F  -0d09h
2022-07-26T10:23:00.000Z
406274km  N  -2d07h

See Fourmilab for more details

New and Full Moon Times

19 ← New Moon → 11 | 3 ← Full Moon → 26 New Moon dates Full Moon dates
2022-03-02 17:38 2022-03-18 07:21
2022-04-01 06:28 2022-04-16 18:58
2022-04-30 20:31 2022-05-16 04:16
2022-05-30 11:32 2022-06-14 11:53
2022-06-29 02:53 2022-07-13 18:38

See Fourmilab for more details

Times of closest conjunctions

1 ← Conjunction → 10 Conj. Date Conj. Time Planet 1. Planet 2.
2021-10-10 04:30:50.2 Mercury Mars
2021-11-10 15:24:34.0 Mercury Mars
2021-12-29 04:52:51.5 Mercury Venus
2022-01-13 04:14:17.4 Mercury Saturn
2022-03-02 15:41:15.5 Mercury Saturn
2022-03-16 02:31:43.7 Venus Mars
2022-03-21 06:33:11.9 Mercury Jupiter
2022-03-23 18:08:23.9 Mercury Neptune
2022-03-29 00:52:09.4 Venus Saturn
2022-04-05 01:43:33.2 Mars Saturn
2022-04-12 14:52:13.3 Jupiter Neptune
2022-04-18 02:17:58.0 Mercury Uranus
2022-04-27 19:12:14.2 Venus Neptune
2022-04-30 20:57:29.3 Venus Jupiter
2022-05-18 06:26:07.5 Mars Neptune
2022-05-29 10:27:48.5 Mars Jupiter
2022-06-11 23:27:56.7 Venus Uranus
2022-08-02 00:34:02.8 Mars Uranus
2022-09-26 23:50:26.3 Mercury Venus
2022-11-21 04:11:03.5 Mercury Venus

See TAU Astronomy Club: Mutual planetary conjunctions and occultations

Orrery at time of earthquake

The Orrery gives the position of the planets at the time of the earthquake, and the ephemeris has been set for the latitude and longitude of the event. The ephemeris shows you the positions of the principal bodies in the Solar System at the selected time, both in celestial coordinates and as seen from the event epicentre.

Space Weather





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