Deadly Indonesian Quake Was a Rare 'Superfast' Event

Monday, February 4, 2019 - 13:10 in Earth & Climate

The extreme speed of last fall's Indonesian earthquake - rupturing faster than 9,000 mph (14,500 kph) - created a sort of 'seismic boom' that intensified the shaking.

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