Southern Pacific Ocean has had: (M1.5 or greater)

  • 0 earthquakes in the past 24 hours
  • 1 earthquake in the past 30 days
  • 31 earthquakes in the past 365 days

The largest earthquake in Southern Pacific Ocean:


A

7.6 magnitude earthquake

2016-12-25 14:22:26 UTC at 14:22
December 25, 2016 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -43.416, -73.951
42.2 km from Puerto Quellón (26.2 miles)

Southern Pacific Ocean

Depth: 35 km

B

7.0 magnitude earthquake

1970-06-14 00:00:11 UTC at 00:00
June 14, 1970 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -52.028, -74.07
114.2 km from Puerto Natales (70.2 miles)

Near Coast Of Magallanes, Chile

Depth: 15 km

C

7.8 magnitude earthquake

1960-06-06 05:55:48 UTC at 05:55
June 06, 1960 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -45.785, -72.889
35.2 km from Puerto Chacabuco (22.2 miles)

Aisen, Chile

Depth: 15 km

D

7.3 magnitude earthquake

1949-12-17 15:07:58 UTC at 15:07
December 17, 1949 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -53.911, -69.753
113.2 km from Punta Arenas (70.2 miles)

Southern Pacific Ocean

Depth: 10 km

E

7.7 magnitude earthquake

1949-12-17 06:53:32 UTC at 06:53
December 17, 1949 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -53.923, -69.596
122.2 km from Punta Arenas (75.2 miles)

Southern Pacific Ocean

Depth: 10 km

F

7.2 magnitude earthquake

1927-11-21 23:12:32 UTC at 23:12
November 21, 1927 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -44.816, -72.926
19.2 km from Puerto Cisnes (12.2 miles)

Aisen, Chile

Depth: 15 km

G

7.2 magnitude earthquake

1919-03-02 11:45:15 UTC at 11:45
March 02, 1919 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -43.109, -71.695
16.2 km from Futaleufú (10.2 miles)

Southern Pacific Ocean

Depth: 15 km

H

7.2 magnitude earthquake

1919-03-02 03:26:35 UTC at 03:26
March 02, 1919 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at -43.8, -78.319
388.2 km from Puerto Quellón (241.2 miles)

Coast Of Los Lagos, Chile

Depth: 15 km


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