|Date/Time From:||2019-08-07 @ 1636|
|Date/Time To:||2019-08-07 @ 1745|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Time Entered:||2019-08-07 21:47:43|
|Time Updated:||2020-03-30 00:36:47|
|Time Uploaded:||2020-03-30 00:36:47|
|Note:||All closed intervals. Solstice is having episodic eruptions in cycles. Four or five shorts, then a long, repeat. Shorts are usually less than 1 minute in duration, but a couple are longer. Shorts do not erupt as high as is normal for Solstice (i.e., during its months of perpetual spouting). Separate short eruptions can be one minute apart, so they don't show up on GT's Solstice listing. Longs look the same, in terms of eruption style and height, as its perpetual spouting phase.|
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