6 rows of the highest mountains in the solar system, about three times higher than Everest!

bobo.id There are fascinating high mountains in almost every corner of the world, one of which is Mount Everest.

Mount Everest is the second highest mountain in the world, covered in snow, my friends.

But do you know the guys? Turns out there’s a mountain that’s higher than Mount Everest, lo.

Yes, mountains are in our solar system, in space. Interestingly, they outnumber mountains on Earth.

Here is a list of the tallest mountains in the solar system. curious? Let’s find out together, okay!

1. Riasilve Monso

This mountain, which is located on the asteroid Vesta, is the highest mountain in the solar system because it culminates at 22,000 meters.

The diameter of this mountain is 505 km, or about 90% of the diameter of Vesta. That is, this mountain covers almost the entire southern hemisphere of Vesta.

This mountain was first discovered by the Hubbell telescope in 1997 and was not recognized by astronomers until 2011.

In ancient Roman mythology, the name Riasilver is derived from Rhea Silvia, mother of Romulus, the first king of the city of Rome.

2. Olympus Mons

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