Magnitude 6.7 earthquake hits off Japan’s Okinawa: USGS, A 6.7-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Japan’s Okinawa Island early Monday, but US geologists said it was too deep to cause a tsunami… Read more >> http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/581810/magnitude-6-7-earthquake-hits-off-japans-okinawa-usgs#ixzz2uqdS817N
San Salvador: A strong 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck Nicaragua just off its north-western Pacific coastline, the US Geological Survey, which monitors earthquakes worldwide, reported on Sunday.. Read more >>
Earthquake MAG 6.1 Amukta Island, Alaska
Major X4.9 Solar Flare February 25, 2014 See the Video >> And X-FLARE! Returning sunspot AR1967 unleashed a powerful X4.9-class solar flare on Feb. 25th at 00:49 UTC. This is the most intense flare of 2014 so far, and one of the most intense of the current solar cycle. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash.. […]
An Earth-based observatory has published video footage of a 400 kg meteor ramming into the moon at a speed of 61,000 kilometers per hour. The meteor was ten times larger than those previously recorded and left behind a 40-meter-wide crater. Read more >>
Geologists say sinkholes are still rare and trying to predict where they might occur is futile. As if flooded homes and disrupted power supplies have not created enough misery, Britain’s wettest winter on record has created perfect conditions for sinkholes, 10 of which have been reported this month. Cars, roads and bits of homes have tumbled into the voids […]
Stronger intuitive earth tremors passing through today, which are lasting a little longer than normal.