|Date/Time From:||2015-05-18 @ 1739|
|Date/Time To:||2015-05-18 @ 1930|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Time Entered:||2015-05-18 23:17:17|
|Time Updated:||2015-12-09 11:17:23|
|Time Uploaded:||2015-12-09 11:17:28|
|Note:||During a Tardy cycle: whole crater observed to be water-filled at 1739. Full-pool pulsing at 1743-1744 and 1753-1754 and 1803-1804 and 1813-1814 and 1823 (2 more pulsing events were witnessed by others before these). The latter pulsing events resulted in slight overflow from 3 sites along the edge of Oval Spring's geyserite sediment border rim (1: NW side; 2: ESE side; 3: SW side). Observed Oval's water level was way down at 1930, after the end of Penta Geyser's 1827 to 1923 eruption.|
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