The Guatemalan volcano Pacaya is still active today and erupts at least one lava flow, which flows over the southern flank of the volcano and has a length of 400 m. MIROVA registers a high thermal radiation with 234 MW power, which confirms the lava flow. The photo should show this lava flow. The exact date of the photo is not known. On the screenshot you can see not only the lava flowing out of a tunnel in the lower part of the McKenney cone, but also the volcanoes Agua and Fuego in the background. Speaking of McKenney crater. This one erupts strombolian. According to reports from INSIVUMEH, the ejection height of glowing tephra is up to 100 m.