Eruption 963206

Geyser:Fan and Mortar Regular Cycle
Standardized Duration:~52m
Time Entered:2017-09-02 16:49:40
Time Updated:2017-09-02 16:54:24
Time Uploaded:2019-05-13 21:41:43
Observer:James St. John
Comments:All quiet at 1711. Fan Geyser's River Vent on at 1713. Fan Geyser's High Vent already on at 1717. Spitting from Fan Geyser's Gold Vent starting at 1721-onward. Mortar Geyser's Bottom Vent active - splashing (it has been). Fan Geyser's Angle Vent spitting starting at 1725-onward. High & Gold Vents relatively strong at 1726-onward. 1727 - River, High, Gold, Angle all on. 1732 - haven't seen much water lately from Bottom Vent, but still rumbling and subterranean sloshing; already off at 1751. River, High, and Gold Vents already off at 1756 - Angle Vent still occasionally spitting. 1800 - River and High Vents back on within the last minute or so, then off again. 1800 - Angle Vent frequently to occasionally splashing; done at 1805. Entire cycle captured on time lapse - see attachment.

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Time lapse video of 2 regular cycles of Fan & Mortar Geysers. The 5:13 to 6:05 PM regular cycle starts at time stamp 0:01 in the video.
Entrant: JSJ
Time Entered:2017-09-02 16:55:14
Time Uploaded:2017-09-02 16:55:14

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