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Just three days ago, on August 5, at 00:04 Dushanbe time, tremors were felt in Tajikistan, the epicenter of which was also located in neighboring Afghanistan.
and its epicenter was pinpointed only 7 km of Carrascal town of that same province, with a shallow depth of only 4 km.
The tremors in the epicenter were felt up to 6, and in the adjacent districts up to 5.3.
The epicenter is the point on the earth's surface over which an earthquake is focused.
The epicenter of the quake was at the depth of 200 kilometres in Hindu Kush mountain area of Afghanistan.
The newly launched AnalytiX DS EPICENTER provides product groupings that allow clients to address their need with the right tools and technologies every time.
The China Earthquake Networks Center monitored the epicenter at 31.99 degrees north latitude and 94.94 degrees east longitude, with a depth of seven kilometers.
He said the epicenter of the earthquake was at Afghanistan-Tajikistan Border and measuring at the depth of 212 kilometers.
The epicenter of the tremor was reported to be 10 kilometers deep in Hindukush range.
ISLAMABAD -- The latest version of an earthquake epicenter distribution map for China and its neighboring areas, compiled by the China Earthquake Networks Center, has been published.
At a depth of 22.3 miles, the epicenter of the quake was 31 miles west of the coastal town of Masachapa and 56 miles west-southwest of the capital city of Managua, the USGS reported.