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Old Faithful shoots from 106 feet to 180 feet.

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How does old faithful shoot out water?

Old faithful shoots about 3,700 gallons of water for a short eruption and 8,400 for a longer one (4 and a half minutes)


How much water does old faithful shoot out?

Old faithful shoots about 3,700 gallons of water for a short eruption and 8,400 for a longer one (4 and a half minutes)


How does old faithful work?

old faithful works by pressure build up and over heated water so the water shoots out like old faithful does.


How high does the steam of Old Faithful erupt?

The Old Faithful Geyser erupts anywhere from 106 to 185 feet (32 to 56m) high.


How high does Old Faithful a geyser in Yellowstone National Park spout water in the air?

130 to 180 feet in the air


How hot is the water in old faithful?

204 degrees


What feature is the Yellowstone hotspot related to?

"old Faithful" - a geyser (water shoots out of the ground periodically) "old Faithful" - a geyser (water shoots out of the ground periodically)


What formed Old Faithful?

Old Faithful and other geysers are formed when fractures in deep rocks allow ground water to percolate into rock that is still being heated by magma, or has not yet cooled. The water boils until the steam pressure is high enough to force a column of boiling water back up to the surface.


What is the famous geyser that shoots a jet of water?

Old Faithful in Yellowstone


Is old faithful a volcano?

No, old faithful is a geyser.


How hot does Old Faithful's water get at Yellowstone Park?

It gets up to 204 degrees in the vent of Old Faithful and the steam temperature can get above 350 degrees


What is Old Faithful?

Old Faithful is a geyser, a spring that from time to time shoots a column of boiling water in the air. It is the most famous of the 500 geysers in Yellowstone Park, which is in the US. It "performs" 20 to 23 times a day, and each eruption lasts about five minutes. Old Faithful shoots up to 8,400 gallons of water as high as 170 feet. The Yellowstone geysers sit on top of a volcano, which heats underground water to a boiling point.Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park, is a cone geyser. Located in Wyoming, this geyser was 1st named in 1870.

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