After the massive Global Quake on June 23 some stress points were relieved (Harvard, Equador, Qiongzhong, Tiksi, and Midway islands), with a spate of quakes in a stretch zone, in a line including Italy, Greece, Iran, and Pakistan, with a minor Global Quake the following day at 6:00 UTC. But others continued (Bilibino and Magadan, Wake islands, Gabon and Zambia, Puerto Rico, and Pitcairn islands), and new stress points were added (Korea, Cook islands, and Tennessee). The Pacific, from the Bering Straits through to the S. Pacific, appears to be a point where compression adjustments will soon be made, and stretching accidents in the southeast United States and western Africa can be expected.
Lusaka, Zambia June 23 Masuku, Gabon June 23 Lusaka, Zambia June 24 Masuku, Gabon June 24 Waverly, Tennessee June 23 Puerto Rico June 23 Waverly, Tennessee June 24 New Puerto Rico June 24 Pitcairn Island, S. Pacific June 23 Cook Islands, S. Pacific June 23 Pitcairn Island, S. Pacific June 24 Cook Islands, S. Pacific June 24 New Inchon, Korea June 23 Wake Island, Pacific Ocean June 23 Inchon, Korea June 24 New Wake Island, Pacific Ocean June 24 Bilibino, Russia June 23 Magadan, Russia June 23 Bilibino, Russia June 24 Magadan, Russia June 24
June 24, 200306:59:17.6 UTC Mag 3.5 Italy 06:53:29.0 UTC Mag 4.8 Iran 06:53:06.2 UTC Mag 5.3 Iran 06:52:55.0 UTC Mag 4.8 Iran 06:52:52.4 UTC Mag 5.5 Iran 06:52:52.3 UTC Mag 5.5 Iran 06:52:52.3 UTC Mag 5.6 Iran 06:52:52.1 UTC Mag 5.4 Iran 06:52:48.8 UTC Mag 5.2 Iran 06:52:45.0 UTC Mag 5.0 Iran 06:52:45.0 UTC Mag 5.3 Iran 06:52:44.0 UTC Mag 5.5 Pakistan 06:52:25.4 UTC Mag 5.4 Pakistan 06:52:21.1 UTC Mag 5.4 Pakistan 06:48:37.3 UTC Mag 4.9 Greece