The Highest Mountain In The Solar System

The Highest Mountain In The Solar System

Olympus is the highest mountain in the solar system located on Mars.
This is an extinct volcano 21.2 km in height and 540 km in width, and the depth of the crater is 3 km.
Olympus area is so large that it can not be fully seen from the surface of Mars.
Age of Olympus is about 2 million years.
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