Boy this is getting interesting.
Is this near an actual fault line within NKorea? One would think you'd try to test your nukes somewhere relatively geologically stable.
Check the USGS site. It’s reported to have happened 5 km deep.
I remember there being some commentary after the last test that the mountain they were tunneling/testing under might be in danger of collapse...
>“The depth is poorly constrained and has been held to 5 km by the seismologist,” USGS said. “The Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC) is the sole organization in the U.S. federal government whose mission is to detect and report technical data from foreign nuclear explosions.”
Interesting how it's now only one department that has the capability to measure such things. lol.
"Hey, it's not my job. It's THAT GUY OVER THERE. Yes, he's on lunch. No, I don't have a number."
I hope it was man made, accidental, and took KJU'S minions out with him.
If its a delayed consequence of the earlier test is that still considered man made?