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Event: 19 June 2010, Mw=5.9 Off Dundas Point, Andamans, 04:39 IST  |  Special Event Page

This map displays locations of felt reports received for the Mw=5.9 earthquake on 19 June 2010 (18 June GMT) in the Nicobar Islands, India, at 04:39 IST, along the corresponding intensity values. Please bear in mind the following preliminary intensities are based on received felt reports! Zoom & drag are enabled on this map.

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Tabulated summaries above, provide the number of reports per intensity level. For large cities, the last two digits of the postal code is provided in parenthesis. Reports from within large cities that were sent in without postal codes and/or other area details are clubbed in the row "F" and are not displayed on the felt intensity map. Due to privacy concerns, original felt reports will not be made available to third parties.

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International boundaries of India (especially Arunachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand) on the displayed map are from Google Maps. These do not conform to the external boundaries of India recognized by the Survey of India. That they are displayed on this page via Google Maps, is only for display purposes and this should not be misinterpreted as an endorsement of these boundaries by the Amateur Seismic Centre (ASC).

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