A 6.9 magnitude earthquake shook Tokyo once again, strongly hitting Namie, Futuba District, and Fukushima, with its epicenter more than 60 kilometers northwest of Iwaki. Local authorities released a warning for immediate evacuation, fearing tsunamis as high as three meters. Furthermore, a rare sighting of a meteorite capped off all the intense events in Japan for this week.
Japan was hit by a 7.4 magnitude earthquake early morning of Nov. 22. The earthquake occured in Fukushima where a devastating incident killed 18,000 in 2011.