A 7.3-magnitude earthquake strikes Tonga in the South Pacific Ocean near New Zealand
This volcanic eruption carried enough ash and stone to fill the entire Panama Canal. The eruption of Tonga volcano shook the earth twice because the shockwave emanating from it had made two rounds of the whole earth.
A terrible earthquake occurred at around 6 pm on 11 November 2022 in Tonga, located in the South Pacific Ocean near New Zealand. The magnitude of the earthquake can be gauged from the fact that the magnitude of this earthquake was 7.3. According to media reports, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS), the epicenter of the earthquake was 211 km east-southeast of Tonga's Niyafu. The depth of the earthquake was 25 km. Immediately after the tremor of the earthquake, a tsunami alert was issued in this sea area.
The siren of the earthquake sounded in Tonga and several nearby islands. People panicked and started going towards the hight places. People have been advised to stay away from sea areas. In January this year, a volcano erupted inside the sea here, which was believed to be the most powerful volcanic eruption of 100 years. The whole island was engulfed in a sheet of terrible ash.
This volcanic eruption carried enough ash and stone to fill the entire Panama Canal. The eruption of Tonga volcano shook the earth twice. Because the shockwave emanating from it had made two rounds of the whole earth.
Earthquakes happen in many parts of the world. These include many island areas of the Pacific Ocean. Japan has the most earthquakes. Talking about earthquakes, recently there was an earthquake in Nepal and also in states like Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar of our country. The epicenter of the earthquake was Nepal. This earthquake was of magnitude 6.6. Tremors of the earthquake were felt in Delhi-NCR as well.