Eruption 1331684

Geyser:East Sentinel
Time Entered:2021-09-04 12:32:17
Time Updated:2021-09-05 20:20:48
Time Uploaded:2021-09-05 20:20:50
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Comments:[original comment maintained, striken through which no longer applies] Something just to the left of Grotto Fountain's position from cam. Very dense plume developed 1218:22 and was dissolving by 1219:56, with the bulk confined to the first 45s or so. Still some steam flurries after 1219:56. Based on Heinrich's comment and overnight capture of East Sentinel's major (thanks for the flashlight, Graham), this was an East Sentinel minor. I will note that each other minor that was captured did not appear this voluminous in steam formation (in fact those had steam which I would otherwise not seek anything behind) - only the major topped it. Alignment and trees seem to suggest something in the Chain Lakes, though I wouldn't particularly rule out Spa even if the plume seems on the large and dense side of things.

Looks like this was one of the East Sentinel minors.
Entrant: hkoenig
Time Entered:2021-09-04 19:59:44
Time Updated:2021-09-04 19:59:46
Time Uploaded:2021-09-04 19:59:46
Submitted to:GeyserLog (iOS)
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