The third earthquake of magnitude 6.0 occurred in the Arctic Ocean, at 22:11 Moscow time. The center was 10 km deep. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 1065 km from Lugiyor (Norway) and 340 km from the North Pole.
Two previous earthquakes of magnitude 5.7 occurred in the Arctic Ocean north of the islands of Franz Josef, at 19:13 and 19:16 Moscow time. The centers were located at a depth of 10 kilometers. Epicenters of earthquakes were located in the Arctic Ocean in 1061-1067 km from Logyira (Norway) and 340 km from the North Pole.
These earthquakes become the most northern in the history of instrumental observations, having a magnitude higher than M5.5.