MegaQuake: Hour That Shook Japan

Aug 15, 2022 | Disaster, Videos

The earthquake and tsunami of 2011 in Japan, also known as Great Sendai Earthquake or Great Tohoku Earthquake, was a severe natural disaster.
The epicentre was located 80 miles of Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, and the focus occurred 18.6 miles below the floor of the western Pacific Ocean.
It happened on March 11, 2011, with a magnitude of 9.0, causing a huge tsunami resulting in damage and nearly 20,000 deaths.
This documentary allows you to experience Japan’s earthquake and resulting tsunami through exclusive new footage and first person accounts from Sendai and Tokyo.
Understand the mega-physics that rocked the Earth on its axis. Explore this most recent Ring of Fire cataclysm in relation to other recent disasters, as scientists pose the question – is the Pacific Northwest United States next in line?

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