A
1920-12-16 12:05:55 UTC 8.3 magnitude, 15 km depth
Baiyin, Gansu Sheng, China

8.3 magnitude earthquake

1920-12-16 12:05:55 UTC at 12:05
December 16, 1920 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 36.888, 105.606
133.2 km from Baiyin (83.2 miles)

Depth: 15 km

B

8.1 magnitude earthquake

1957-12-04 03:37:53 UTC at 03:37
December 04, 1957 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 45.189, 99.368
153.2 km from Bayanhongor (95.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 30 km

C

8.3 magnitude earthquake

1905-07-09 09:40:39 UTC at 09:40
July 09, 1905 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 49.709, 98.483
106.2 km from Tosontsengel (66.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 15 km

D

8.3 magnitude earthquake

1905-07-23 02:46:22 UTC at 02:46
July 23, 1905 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 49.369, 96.61
140.2 km from Tosontsengel (86.2 miles)

Western Mongolia

Depth: 15 km

E

7.9 magnitude earthquake

1932-12-25 02:04:30 UTC at 02:04
December 25, 1932 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 39.496, 96.616
102.2 km from Laojunmiao (63.2 miles)

Depth: 15 km

F
1927-05-22 22:32:49 UTC 7.7 magnitude, 15 km depth
Wuwei, Gansu Sheng, China

7.7 magnitude earthquake

1927-05-22 22:32:49 UTC at 22:32
May 22, 1927 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 37.645, 102.489
33.2 km from Wuwei (20.2 miles)

Gansu Qinghai Border, China

Depth: 15 km

G

6.8 magnitude earthquake

1960-12-03 04:24:18 UTC at 04:24
December 03, 1960 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 43.099, 104.521
52.2 km from Dalandzadgad (32.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 20 km

H
1967-01-05 00:14:41 UTC 7.0 magnitude, 13 km depth
Bulgan, Bulgan, Mongolia

7.0 magnitude earthquake

1967-01-05 00:14:41 UTC at 00:14
January 05, 1967 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 48.168, 103.036
80.2 km from Bulgan (50.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 13 km

I

6.9 magnitude earthquake

1958-04-07 19:13:29 UTC at 19:13
April 07, 1958 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 45.273, 98.577
195.2 km from Bayanhongor (121.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 30 km

J
1954-02-11 00:30:20 UTC 7.0 magnitude, 25 km depth
Zhangye, Gansu Sheng, China

7.0 magnitude earthquake

1954-02-11 00:30:20 UTC at 00:30
February 11, 1954 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 38.956, 101.217
66.2 km from Zhangye (41.2 miles)

Western Nei Mongol, China

Depth: 25 km



A

6.1 magnitude earthquake

1957-12-04 13:20:12 UTC at 13:20
December 04, 1957 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 45.052, 101.446
71.2 km from Hovd (44.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 15 km

B

5.8 magnitude earthquake

1957-12-08 16:26:32 UTC at 16:26
December 08, 1957 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 44.722, 104.413
127.2 km from Dalandzadgad (79.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 15 km

C

5.7 magnitude earthquake

1960-12-05 08:38:48 UTC at 08:38
December 05, 1960 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 43.224, 104.386
38.2 km from Dalandzadgad (24.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 20 km

D

5.7 magnitude earthquake

2006-04-30 00:43:10 UTC at 00:43
April 30, 2006 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 44.518, 102.391
24.2 km from Hovd (14.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 7 km

E

5.4 magnitude earthquake

2011-08-27 10:29:46 UTC at 10:29
August 27, 2011 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 43.939, 104.508
41.2 km from Dalandzadgad (25.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 10 km

F

5.6 magnitude earthquake

1951-07-21 20:26:05 UTC at 20:26
July 21, 1951 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 45.425, 105.648
61.2 km from Mandalgovi (38.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 15 km

G

5.4 magnitude earthquake

2012-02-04 04:09:33 UTC at 04:09
February 04, 2012 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 42.291, 105.61
171.2 km from Dalandzadgad (106.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 2 km

H

6.3 magnitude earthquake

1934-01-20 17:56:11 UTC at 17:56
January 20, 1934 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 41.138, 108.618
114.2 km from Baotou (71.2 miles)

Western Nei Mongol, China

Depth: 15 km

I

6.2 magnitude earthquake

1958-02-24 12:27:10 UTC at 12:27
February 24, 1958 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 45.141, 99.713
140.2 km from Bayanhongor (87.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 15 km

J

5.7 magnitude earthquake

1950-11-09 03:48:05 UTC at 03:48
November 09, 1950 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 46.135, 105.365
81.2 km from Mandalgovi (50.2 miles)

Central Mongolia

Depth: 15 km


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