Veins of lava continued to flow downward from the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma on November 23, more than two months after eruptions on the Spanish island began.
Local authorities noted jets of lava and other pyroclastic material thrust from the volcano on Tuesday.
As of Monday, lava had covered around 1,074 hectares (roughly 4.15 square miles) on La Palma, claiming 2,676 buildings, according to the European Union’s Copernicus satellite program.
This footage, released by Spain’s Geological and Mining Institute (IGME), shows lava flowing from Cumbre Vieja on Tuesday. Credit: IGME via Storyful