A 6.9 magnitude earthquake shook Myanmar
on Wednesday night of April 13, 2016
and was felt in parts of India and Bangladesh.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS.Gov)
the epicenter of the earthquake
is located some 500 km
to the northeast of the Sunda Trench,
where lithosphere of the India plate
begins subducting to the northeast
beneath Sunda and Eurasia.
74.0 km SE of Mawlaik, Burma
103.0 km NW of Shwebo, Burma
115.0 km NNW of Monywa, Burma
165.0 km W of Mogok, Burma
396.0 km NNW of Nay Pyi Taw, Burma.
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