Hover your mouse over an alignment to see its effect on Earth ~M6+ seismicity as an INCREASE-PEAK-DECREASE pattern in M6.2+ magnitudes. Alignments to Mars do not appear to affect Earth seismicity.
The peak-magnitude in each distinct M5.7+ magnification episode/jolt marked by omitting of trending arrows. Each M6.2+ magnitude marked red, except in proximal alignments.
Proximal (marked with an *) alignments occur when bodies are non-strictly aligned (never align themselves or do on occasion, staying within 5° window), so frequent updates and unusual patterns can be expected.
Alaska earthquake of 30 Nov 2018 at 17:35:37 GMT omitted as a weaker earthquake that has occurred within minutes and at the same location as the shown (strongest) earthquake of the same oscillation magnification.
Note: A "~" means ±5% so M5.7-6.2 quakes, obviously useful as oscillation magnification's trending/jolting indicators, are also used for pattern enhancement at ends to show pattern is excited state.
M6.2+ seismicity mostly occurs at the alignment onset so forecast can change once alignment begins. For plots see our Google+ or Pinterest. For 100%-successful 2011-2014 test-phase see archives.