Another powerful earthquake, the biggest of this month, a magnitude 7.2 off the Chile coast is the 7th major quake in just 6 days
A shallow, powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.2 struck off Chile’s coast on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said. A tsunami is not expected, said the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. The quake was centred 83 miles (134 km) west of Talca at a depth of 6.1 miles, the USGS said.
The major quakes keep on coming, this evening's quake is the 7th major quake in just 6 days. Coronal activity and geomagnetic storms which have coincided with a burst of seismic and volcanic activity this week concluding in G1-class storms impacting the earth's magnetosphere, these storms are now subsiding. The coronal activity on the Sun and the geomagnetic storms have coincided with a flurry of major quakes and volcanic activity to impact our planet in the last few days
tonight's quake was the 10th major quake (mag 6+) of September and the 110th of 2019, which is only one less than the entire year total of 2017.