WHOLE TOWNS DESTROYED
compiled by Dee Finney
|Date: 11/27/05 05:04:52
Subject: 2005/11/27 10:22 M 6.1 SOUTHERN IRAN Z= 35km 26.84N 55.83E
2005/11/27 10:22 M 6.1 SOUTHERN IRAN Z= 35km 26.84N 55.83E
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A magnitude 6.1 earthquake IN SOUTHERN IRAN has occurred at:
26.84N 55.83E Depth 35km Sun Nov 27 10:22:23 2005 UTC
Time: Universal Time (UTC) Sun Nov 27 10:22:23 2005
Time Near Epicenter Sun Nov 27 13:52:23 2005
Location with respect to nearby cities:
60 km (35 miles) SW of Bandar-e Abbas, Iran (pop 273,000)
80 km (50 miles) NNW of Al Khasab, Oman (pop 16,000)
115 km (70 miles) N of Ra's al Khaymah, United Arab Emirates (pop 77 000)
1065 km (660 miles) SSE of TEHRAN, Iran
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