Japan was hit by a powerful earthquake, with 21 earthquakes registering 4.0 magnitude or stronger within an hour and a half. The quakes caused mass destruction to the west coast and inner cities, leaving thousands without power. Satellite images show capsized boats, damaged buildings, and giant fissures. The earthquake triggered tsunami warnings, with waves reaching nearly 4 feet in some areas. The ground also shifted by over 13 feet in some places. Rescue teams are still searching for trapped individuals, and at least 62 people have died. The earthquake is being compared to Japan’s 2011 devastating quake, but the death toll is lower due to the country’s preparation and infrastructure. In comparison, countries less prepared for earthquakes have faced much higher death tolls.