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Guatemala’s volcano ash cloud reaches the southernmost point on the island of Tikal.
A new satellite image has revealed the volcano ash clouds at Tikal volcano, Guatemala.
The cloud is one of the most spectacular in the area, and can be seen from space.
The volcano ash has been seen from Space and Earth Observatory satellites.
This image was taken on August 11, 2018, with the Suomi NPP satellite.
The volcano ash is located approximately 60 kilometers (37 miles) south of Tikala, Guatemala, about 5.5 kilometers (3 miles) east of the city of El Alto.
The satellite image shows an ash cloud moving northward toward the northernmost point of the volcanic crater.
Tikal is a volcano that erupts in the late fall and winter.
It was named after the volcano that once sat on the tip of Guatemala, Tikalco.
The volcano has erupted at least six times, and has generated a few spectacular ash clouds.
In 2007, the eruption was so intense that it was visible from space for hundreds of kilometers.