Have you ever wondered what a volcano looks like from space? Today, we’re counting down our picks of the most impressive volcanoes around the world – captured by satellites. Our countdown includes Mount Fuji, Mount Mayon and Mount Vesuvius.
Are there any volcanoes we missed on our list? Let us know in the comments below.
00:00 – Intro
00:38 – Mount Fuji
01:27 – Mount St. Helens
02:14 – Mauna Loa
02:52 – Fagradalsfjall
03:33 – Kamchatka Peninsula
04:13 – Mount Vesuvius
05:15 – Volcán de Fuego
06:17 – Mount Mayon
07:04 – Emi Koussi
07:57 – Cumbre Vieja
08:47 – Mount Taranaki
09:40 – Galapagos Islands
10:20 – Anak Krakatoa
“Correction:” 2:17 – This footage does not show Mauna Loa but shows the Diamond Head, Hawaii.
“Correction:” 5:39 – This part of the image does not show the lava flow from the Volcán de Fuego
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