May 26, 2019 07:41:14 UTC, M8.0 Northern Peru earthquake ("USGS Executive summary page":https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us60003sc0/executive)
November 30, 2018 17:29:28 UTC, M7.0 Southern Alaska earthquake ("USGS Executive summary page":https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us1000hyfh/executive)
The May 4, 2018, Mw 6.9 earthquake in Hawaii
January 23, 2018 M7.9 Gulf of Alaska earthquake
September 19, 2017 M7.1 Central Mexico (5km ENE of Raboso, Mexico) earthquake
September 8, 2017 M8.1 near coast of Chiapas, Mexico earthquake
Hurricane Irma is among the most powerful hurricanes ever recorded (as measured by wind speed). Tracking of Irma logs it at speed of 25 knots (28.8 mph) on August 27 and its speed was more than 160 knots (184.1 mph) on September 5th. Irma is expected to arrive near the Florida coast by Saturday September 9, 2017.
On 2017-09-03 at 03:30:01 UTC, a magnitude 6.3 event was recorded in North Korea. Preliminary results suggests that a nuclear test took place.
Harvey went from a tropical depression to a major hurricane and intensified rapidly to a category 4 hurricane with winds up to 130 mph. It made a landfall on August 25, 2017 at about 22:00 local time (August 26, 2017 3:00 UTC) near Rockport, Texas.
At about 23:39:12 UTC on 2017-06-17 a M 4.2 Landslide 107km N of Uummannaq, Greenland (71.640°N, 52.344°W) induced a large contained tsunami.
November 13, 2016 M7.8 - South Island New Zealand
On Jan 6, 2016, a magnitude 5.1 event was recorded in North Korea. Preliminary results suggests that a nuclear test took place.
September 16, 2015 M8.3 Illapel, Chile earthquake
April 25, 2015 M7.8 earthquake in Nepal
February 15, 2014 M4.1 earthquake in Edgefield, South Carolina
The meteor strike in Siberia was reported as 9:20am local, about UTC 03:22 Feb 15, 2013. Approx Lat-Lon: 55.15 N 61.41 E
On Feb 12, 2013, a magnitude 5.1 event was recorded in North Korea. Preliminary results suggests that a nuclear test took place.
A magnitude 9.0 earthquake has occurred near the east coast of Honshu, Japan, as a result of thrust faulting on or near the subduction zone interface plate boundary between the Pacific and North American plates. This page collects many disparate data visualizations from across the websphere.