An undersea earthquake, measuring 4.3 on the Richter scale, rattled Greece's southern Aegean island of Karpathos on Wednesday, but there were no initial reports of damage or injuries.
According to the National Observatory's Geodynamic Institute, the quake's epicenter was located 81 kilometers southeast of Karpathos.
An undersea earthquake rattled Greece's southern Aegean island of Karpathos on Friday, but there were no initial reports of damage or injuries.
The National Observatory's Geodynamic Institute gave a preliminary magnitude of 4.8 for the quake.
The quake occurred at 6.02 p.m. at a depth of 12.6 kilometers. The epicenter was located 39 kilometers northwest of Karpathos.
Another strong earthquake was just recorded off the Greek island of Karpathos in the southern Aegean Sea, Kathimerini reports.
According to the information, the 5.9 magnitude quake was felt at 1:21 pm local time. Its epicentre is 74 kilometers southeast of Karpathos and at a depth of 10 kilometers, according to Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center data.
A 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook the area south of the Greek islands of Rhodes and Karpathos, in the southeastern Aegean on Thursday afternoon, according to a preliminary reading of the Athens' Geodynamic Institute.
The European-Mediterranean Seismological Center give a slightly lower reading of 5.7.
Scientists say a moderate undersea earthquake with a magnitude of 4.2 has struck southeast Greece.
Athens' Geodynamic Institute reports that the tremor struck at 4.01 a.m. about 65 kilometers southwest of Karpathos island at a depth of 7.5 kilometers.
No damage or injuries have been reported so far.