Mw 6.3 Bismarck Sea
updated 10 May 2022

On 9 May 2022 a strong earthquake occurred at the Bismarck Sea at a depth of 10 km. The seismic event occurred at 22:33:08 UTC and had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) 6.3.

Due to critical planetary geometry (PG) from 4 to 6 May larger seismic activity was anticipated, potentially reaching 7 to 8 magnitude. Focus was on the lunar peaks (LG) of 4 and 8 May. See also the Telegram posts below.

Mercury-Venus-Mars        2022-05-04, 19:11:45  318°17'50"
Earth-Sun-Uranus          2022-05-05,  7:22:57   44°29'37"
Mercury-Venus-Saturn      2022-05-05, 13:33:33  320°10'52"
Mercury-Mars-Saturn       2022-05-06,  9:04:53  320°18'03"
Mercury-Jupiter-Neptune   2022-05-10, 14:03:53  353°22'32"

Moon-Earth-Saturn         2022-05-09, 12:04:20  324°22'49"
					
SSGI chart
SSGI COMMON graph of critical planetary (PG) and lunar (LG) geometry

SSGI chart
SSGI SUM graph of critical planetary (PG) geometry

atmospheric electricity
atmospheric electricity before and during the earthquake