An earthquake in the early morning in central Nepal is recorded by the Raspberry Shake 1D seismometer installed in a school in western Nepal. The epicenter is ~150 km far from the school, where P and S waves are clearly visible as in the following waveform. This seismometer belongs under the framework of ‘seismology-at-school in Nepal’ program, which is installed in May 2018 and conducting by Institute of Earth Science, the University of Lausanne with the aim of education and crowdsourcing.
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