The simple steady streaming view of the live analog earthquake camera hosted by hanyou23 comforts the mind. When I get the info that something seismic is going on, I usually check his camera first. The graph is clear.
On this YouTube live streaming we are watching a USGS analog drum seismograph and Guralp CMG-3T & modified TC-1 seismometers, and if the stream ends, another is promised to be available on the channel.
YouTube channel hanyou23
LIVE Quake Cam streaming live on YouTube channel hanyou23
[ https://youtu.be/0p4vffYoFTA ] - 2018-12-26
[ https://youtu.be/YmYHn0zm3-g ] - 2018-12-23
[ https://youtu.be/-f2KtDsHNgA ] - 2018-12-20
If this stream ends, another will be available on the channel :
Today the channel has 4815 subscribers, the live stream has about 1000 Likes and 61 Yikes. When I have dropped in, there has generally been 7-17 viewers watching the stream, and in the chatroom 0-3 visitors interactive with the Nightbot and one moderator.
Details of the camera and the circumstances are well explained in the description box of the live stream's YouTube view :
"Live quake cam (earthquakes) from Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A. (center of the U.S.), using an observatory-grade Guralp CMG-3T seismometer and an old, analog USGS-surplus pen seismograph (originally a carbon soot seismograph). This seismic station (KLNK2) should be able to pick up earthquakes at a magnitude of 3.0 (M3.0) or less locally (400km radius from around Lincoln); greater than M3.0 in the central U.S.; greater than M5.0 around/directly outside of the U.S.; greater than M6.0 worldwide.
Not all small earthquakes can be detected, based on a wide variety of factors (some vibrations that do show are background noise within my house & outside the house - they can't all be filtered out, unfortunately~). When there is a real big shaker though, you'll most likely be able to see it (most likely delayed by seconds, minutes or even at much as 30+ minutes from the time of the quake, as it takes time for the ground waves to reach the station). This station is located approximately 6 feet below ground and the live video feed typically runs on a 48-hour stream cycle (stream is delayed by about 30 seconds). The short, sideways tick marks made by the pen are on the minutes and long, sideways tick marks are at the top of the hour. "
The viewer-friendly and understandable continuous live streaming is interrupted every 48 hours for the manual change of the drum's paper roll. Logically also the recordings of earthquakes are published with a delay. hanyou23 also edits these recordings to a faster and more compact format as highlights, and publishes each separately.
Here is the collection of the channel's
Earthquake Cam Highlights
( 地震ウェブカメラハイライト )
A requested, explanatory video of the analog drum seismograph paper change is also available :
Earthquake Cam - Drum Seismograph Paper Change .
10.19.2017 ( 地震ウェブカメラ )
published 2017-10-19 on YouTube channel Hanyou23
hanyou23 has multiple other aspects in his life besides taking care of the Live Quake Cam. One of them is his RoninK6 Motovlogs vlogging about riding his motorcycle Suzuki GSXR 600 “Gixxer” named JoAnna, thinking of himself as a “ronin”… a wondering, masterless Japanese Samurai warrior.
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