Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A 5.8 magnitude earthquake shook the Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak Island Monday Morning, according to the Alaska Earthquake Center. Nearest Communities37 miles SW of Nanwalek37 miles SW of English Bay39 miles SW of Port Graham42 miles E of Mt. Douglas46 miles SW of Seldovia48 miles E of Fourpeaked Mountain52 miles SE of Augustine Volcano61 miles SW of HomerMay 27, 2019 01:52:21 AKDT58.8609°N 152.3514°W Depth 40.6 miles It was centered 61 miles south-west of Homer and struck at a depth of about 40.6 miles. Initial reports from the USGS indicated the quake was felt throughout the Kenai peninsula and on Kodiak Island. The 5.8 quake reported by the Alaska Earthquake Center — struck at 1:52 am.