This record is considered not to be from an actual earthquake. It could be due to some other (unkown) event causing shaking, such as explosions, sonic booms, weather or other human or natural causes. Even officially reported earthquakes are sometimes removed again later when seismic signals first processed automatically are later re-interpreted manually not to be from real quakes.
This can happen if initial automatic calculations return an earthquake, but turn out to be wrong during subsequent (manual) revision.
The initial report is below:
Although our monitoring service initially detected network activity typical for an earthquake, there was no confirmation by any national or international seismological agency. For this reason, it is highly unlikely, that it was caused by an earthquake.
26 Apr 10:10 UTC: First to report: VolcanoDiscovery after 3 minutes.
Also if you did NOT feel the quake although you were in the area, please report it! Your contribution is valuable also to earthquake science and earthquake hazard analysis and mitigation efforts. You can use your device location or the map to indicate where you were during the earthquake. Thank you!
Data for the same earthquake reported by different agencies
Info: The more agencies report about the same quake and post similar data,…