|Time Entered:||2019-06-13 20:46:00|
|Time Updated:||2020-07-28 12:07:21|
|Time Uploaded:||2020-07-28 12:07:21|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Comments:||Wow! Wow! Angle Geyser complex, Sprinkler Group, Lower Geyser Basin. Probably the "Reverse Firehose" reported in late May 2019. Saw two of these today (closed interval of 1h47m). Filmed both of them. Decent-sized eruptions, with a slender column angled slightly to the left (as seen from the Fountain overlook platform). Erupting vent appears to be ~directly behind Little Miser Geyser's vent. Location and eruption behavior are consistent with vent 4 of Wolf & Paperiello (1989, Report on the Kaleidoscope & Sprinkler Groups, pp. 25, 26, 31, 32) (= located at 44° 33' 15.30" North latitude, 110° 48' 41.43" West longitude). Eruptions: 1453 to early 1457 (~4m duration) & 1640-1644 (~4m duration). Highest water ~>40 vertical feet. See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17cJQ4GTq24 (caption is under video - click on "Show more").|
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