An earthquake rumbled through part of Australia.
It happened about 7 a.m. Eastern Standard time Tuesday.
The quake was magnitude of 5.2 and was centered near the southeast coast of Australia, about six miles southwest of the town of Moe. It happened about 75 miles southeast of Melbourne, which has a population of close to four million.
The earthquake depth was just over six miles.
There are no reports of injuries or damages.
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