A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck central Ecuador on Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said, injuring one person and disrupting power supply to nearby areas.
The major quake hit 94 km (58 miles) south of the city of Ambato at a depth of 112 km (69 miles), the USGS said.
Last nights quake was the 3rd major quake to strike the Pacific Ring Of Fire in the last 36 hours.
There is double coronal activity on our Sun at the moment, two coronal holes are sending two solar wind streams toward Earth.
The first should arrive on Sept. 7-8.
The second is expected Sept. 11-12.
Last nights quake was the 3rd major quake of September and the 80th of 2018.