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Question: Hey Jessica Irving! How are you? Anyway, what are distant quakes?
distant quake, science
Asked by anon-332714 to Jessica on 14 Oct 2022.
answered on 14 Oct 2022:
Distant quakes are ones far away from the instrument which is detecting them. Distant quakes aren’t felt by humans – they are too far away. But we can still record ground vibrations from them with instruments called seismometers.
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