|Date/Time:||2017-08-07 @ 1457|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Time Entered:||2017-08-07 22:40:51|
|Time Updated:||2017-08-07 20:41:36|
|Time Uploaded:||2017-08-07 22:41:22|
|Note:||"Red Dwarf Geyser" - the dominant perpetual spouter in the cluster in recent years - is back on (it was off when last noticed on 27 July 2017). Two other small spouters are also active: 1) North Dwarf Geyser; 2) small pool with 2 vents at 44° 27' 47.16" North latitude, 110° 49' 50.73" West longitude (using summer 2016 satellite photo via Google Earth). The small pool with 2 vents is my informal "West Dwarf I" and "West Dwarf J" (see photo at: http://tinyurl.com/ycrl3kko). The West Dwarf I-J pool is better characterized as very frequently spitting.|
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