Recently we released our next set of notebooks based on the SpaceX tourist poster series featuring Olympus Mons, Valles Marineris, and Phobos & Deimos. Today we're sharing the final overview of the notebooks this time about Olympus Mons which also appears in the notebooks.
Olympus Mons is the highest point in all of the Solar System. It’s an extinct volcano that spans the equivalent width of France or the relative size of Arizona in the USA. At a height of 21,230m Olympus Mons is almost 3x as tall as our own Mount Everest (8,848m).
If you were to reach the summit of Olympus Mons you wouldn’t realise you were on a mountain at all. Due to its overall size and relative gentle slope it would stretch out past the horizon.
The image on this cover depicts the sharp rising cliff face found at the bottom of Olympus Mons which rises up to 8km tall. With a cliff face at the base of Olympus Mons similar in size to Mount Everest you can see why they would want to build a lift.
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