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  Labial's Satellite East
Feature Type: Geyser
Geyser/Spring Type:

Lower Geyser Basin
Pink Cone Group

The satellites are irregular performers with closed intervals hard to come by, often being in excess of 16 hours. The water level and activity is often related to Labial's, rising with the other geyser and falling afterwards, but in 1989 they appeared to also act independently. The east vent is a fountain-type geyser. The splashing reaches about 6 feet. The less frequent west vent reaches 10 feet. Durations of the east vent were 9 to 13 minutes in 2005 through 2009.

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