The Tallest Mountain in the Solar System
In the crimson seas of a bygone Mars, Olympus Mons towered, a volcanic colossus like none other. But secrets lie beneath its celestial crown! Long before Martian history books, it was no mere mountain; it was an island! Picture ancient Martians splashing in lava baths and extraterrestrial cocktails on a beach of molten rock. Today, Olympus Mons stands tall and dry, an island frozen in time, a relic of a volcanic vacation from eons past. Martian tourism’s dream, or an extraterrestrial mirage? Only the Red Planet knows for sure!
Credit Edge of theUniverse