Climbing up the Mountains of our Solar System

This is Olympus Mons, the biggest mountain of all planets on our Solar System. It’s located on Mars and has a height of nearly 22 kilometers (14 miles), making it almost three times as tall as Mount Everest. We can even see this mountain from Space if we’re looking at Mars.How hard and how long would it be to climb this gigantic mountain? Well, maybe we should start off on smaller ones. Let’s travel around our Solar System to find out the biggest mountains that exist

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