A 2.7 magnitude earthquake hit Beijing’s Chaoyang district early this morning

2022-06-14 0 By

At 1:55 am on February 3, a slight earthquake hit Chaoyang district, and some residents felt it at home.According to the official wechat account of the China Earthquake Networks Network, a 2.7-magnitude earthquake struck Beijing’s Chaoyang district at 1:55 am On February 3, with a depth of 21 kilometers and an epicenter at 39.98 degrees north latitude and 116.52 degrees east longitude.Epicentre topography: An average elevation of 34 meters within 5 kilometers of the epicentre.According to the China Earthquake Network Speed report directory, in the past five years, there have been 9 earthquakes of magnitude 3 or above within 200 kilometers of the epicenter. The largest earthquake was the magnitude 4.5 earthquake in Fengnan District of Tangshan City, Hebei Province on December 5, 2019 (150 kilometers away from the epicenter). The distribution of historical earthquakes is shown in the figure.After the earthquake, many netizens said they felt the shaking.Seismic network in the country’s official weibo @ with the China earthquake networks studies released under earthquake quick report information, ‘said “it was good, feel the whole building to sway, like a giant took a downstairs outside”, another netizen commented, “coordinates chaoyang gaobeidian, immediately fell asleep, suddenly a loud boom began after the bed rock”, and also, in shunyi district netizen said,”Really!I shunyi!Suddenly the bed shook!Then a loud bang!!I thought it was my dizziness!!”An earthquake with a magnitude of 2.7 hit Beijing’s Chaoyang District in the early hours of this morning