Old Faithful

Old Faithful

Upper Geyser Basin

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Biscuit Basin

Biscuit Basin

Mammoth Terraces

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GIANTESS is erupting!

The eruption started at 1455 today - and eruptions from Giantess can last a day to a day and a half including any concluding steam phase that might happen. The last eruption of Giantess was 13 Sept 2011. You can watch online here for just the streaming cam (click on the link for Old Faithful Live) or if you want to jump in on the chat with gazers who are thrilled to no end, click here. … Read more...

When Will the Supervolcano Blow?

Wondering if it's safe to visit Yellowstone? Wondering if it will explode just like the movie? (You know movies are always 100% accurate - right?) Personally, I'm not worried. In fact, I plan to move with my husband to the east side of the volcano in the upcoming months - to the part that sits over that bubble they've recently learned more about. No, I'm not worried. Jake Lowenstern, the scientist in charge of monitoring Yellowstone, knows and shares an excellent summary of how they keep track of everything (which you can track online yourself), and what the scientists think and what the … Read more...

Geyser Watch 2014 | Week 2

Week 2: 6-12 Jan 2014 This week started off with a bang - a 3.5 earthquake located west of Norris Geyer Basin on Monday. And, a 3.4 earthquake showed up on Saturday, the 11th. This one was located North East of Norris. No observations from Norris were submitted to Geyser Times. On January 10, an interval between series of eruptions by Lion Geyser was about 7 hours. And the initial eruption of the evening series (1737) was timed at 9+ minutes long. Normally an initial eruption in a series lasts about 5 minutes, occasionally reaching 6 minutes, so 9+ duration is well out of the norm. … Read more...