Watching landing of Endeavour

You can watch the landing of Endeavour here at the NASA Site.

The landing is a day early because of Hurricane Dean.



Last week the earth was very restless.

It began august 14.
Earthquakes of a magnitude of 5.5, 5.6 and 5.7 hit Sakhalin Island in Russia, Hawaiin islands of the USA and in the North Pacific Ocean.
One of 4.8 shook the Azores.

August 15 started quiet, untill a 5.5 was measured off east coast of Honshu, Japan.
It was followed by a 6.5 at the Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, United States.

Then Peru was hit by an earthquake of 7.5, followed by fierce aftershocks between 5.6 and 6.3.

The Andreanof Islands dealth with a 5.8 in the meantime, and 4 hours later the earth was shaking at Bougainville - Solomon Islands region M. 6.9, South of Mariana Islands at 5.7 and even at Northern Norway at M5.0

The whole world seemed to tremble.

August 17 was far more quiet. Two quakes at the Banda Sea, of M 5.7 and 6.2, and again Near the coast of Peru at M. 5.5 and 5.9.
It looked like the quakes were evening each other out.

The same happened the day after.
Two times at Peru at M. 5.9 and 5.7, and a 6.0 Southeast of Loyalty Islands and a M 5.8 at Vanuatu Islands.

The 19th again a sequence of earthquakes followed each other.

M. 5.8 Near the coast of Peru
M. 4.9 United Kingdom
M. 5.7 Vanuatu Islands
M. 6.3 Eastern Caroline Islands, Micronesia, region
M. 5.5 Kermadec Islands region
M. 5.7 North Pacific Ocean
M. 5.5 Irian Jaya, Indonesia
M. 5.6 Near coast of Peru