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sismógrafo

Translation of sismógrafo in English:

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Cuando ocurre un sismo las ondas se propagan a miles de metros por segundo y casi de forma inmediata los sismógrafos detectan la magnitud, profundidad y epicentro.
  • Mientras funcionó el sismógrafo de la Universidad de Panamá, se registró la caída de 417 bombas, una cada dos minutos, solo en la ciudad.
  • Los sismógrafos del instituto detectaron al temblor a las 14.58 GMT de este jueves, con una profundidad de 24 kilómetros.

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