Wolf Volcano in the Galapagos Islands
SPOT-6 acquired this view of Wolf Volcano in the Galapagos Islands in February 2016.
This volcano, the highest in the archipelago, sits on the northern end of Isabela Island. It was named after a German geologist who studied the mountain in the late 19th Century.
While Wolf dominates our view of the island, there are also two other volcanoes visible in this image. On the western tip of the island Ecuador Volcano is visible, the smallest of the six volcanoes Isabela hosts, and to the south is Darwin Volcano.
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Credit: Airbus Defence and Space 2015