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CORONA 66 km -Balakot-Garhi 5 km After the Mw 7.6 2005 Pakistan earthquake, we interpreted the CORONA satellite photographs in the earthquake-hit area to recognize the causative fault. We found a 66 km-long NW-SE striking thrust fault with right-lateral slip components. Because the focal mechanism of the earthquake matched the characteristics of the active fault from the view of its location, strike and slip sense, and also the fieldwork revealed the surface rupture followed the trace of thedoi:10.4157/ejgeo.2.72 fatcat:5cgvdpldbrgjzlt4crb3z5q4b4