ANF map shows a 5.1M quake off Texas this morning. USGS doesn’t show it but they didn’t show the last one either.
Thanks to reader, Kitty for the tip – 😉
We reported a quake near that spot in May. It is not the same location. If it were it would have hinted at a machine malfunction.
Here is the map from May 21st quake –
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If it’s a mistake (no news reports about it and no one reports feeling any effects) it may be this –
SNOFLU is an acronym for Sudden Noise Onset Fixed by Lock/Unlock. It is a known sensor issue with certain datalogger types, when for no apparent reason the station channel(s) start to get noisy. This is fixed by a physical mass position lock and unlock process on the sensor.
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