Four underwater explosions were registered in Russian territorial waters

HELSINKI ($1=1.01 Euros) — Finnish seismologists registered new underwater explosions in the territorial waters of the Russian Federation. This was reported by several Telegram channels, as well as the Russian online portal 47channel.ru and Ukrainian portal Obozrevatel. The underwater explosions occurred on October 20, 2022, says the daily bulletin of the Institute of Seismology of the University of Helsinki.

Finland registered four underwater explosions in Russian waters
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Mysterious underwater explosions have been registered in Russia’s territorial waters. It is about the Gulf of Finland. Seismologists say that there were four explosions 40 kilometers southwest – near Primorsk [Leningrad region]. The Finnish border itself is located 30 kilometers from the place that attracted the attention of experts

“They have been detected and identified. These are explosion signals. At least they are not earthquakes. The seismic signal does not say who did it or why,” the message said.

Finland registered four underwater explosions in Russian waters
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The seismic events occurred from 12:35 to 18:32 Moscow time. At 12:35 a magnitude 2.0 tremor was recorded, at 2:02 p.m. – with a magnitude of 1.5, at 5:54 p.m. – with a magnitude of 1.5, at 6:32 p.m. – with a magnitude of 1.4.

On the map presented by the experts, data on seismic events are marked with black circles. Explosions [in quarries, construction, etc.] – blue. According to seismologists, events with a magnitude of around 2 are relatively rare.

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