Gosha (GOSA) is a small geyser in a lower right part of Vitrazh. It is located to the left of the Grot discharge channel. GOSA erupts every several minutes, sending bursts at 1—2 m at 45° angle.
In 1991 a connection of its activity and Grot eruptions was observed. Following a Grot eruption, the first few eruptions of GOSA can be up to 2 m.
Named by a warden and scientist of Kronotskiy reserve Vitaliy Nikolaenko in 1991 in honor of the Geyser Observation and Study Association (GOSA) expedition to the Valley of Geysers.
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