|Time Entered:||2019-08-10 20:41:26|
|Time Uploaded:||2019-08-10 20:41:26|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Comments:||Two small, unnamed geysers near Prawn Geyser - the same two that were reported yesterday afternoon. They started during the first half of Great Fountain's first series again. One geyser ("Drinking Fountain") is the same UNNG that was seen erupting on 5 August & 9 August 2019 - it is behind & to the right of Prawn, as seen from the western end of the Great Fountain benches. 1100 start - then got drowned by Great Fountain runoff, then blipping at 1101, and small spouting from 1102 to 1119 (d=~19m); spouting got very small in the latter parts of the eruption. The other geyser erupted from a hole directly behind Prawn (also seen from the western end of Great Fountain’s benches) - 1100 start & done at 1102 (d=~2m). Vent of 2nd geyser may be at 44° 32' 10.81" North latitude, 110° 48' 03.15" West longitude.|
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