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Mountains of Mars and Earth. Illustration showing the tallest mountains of Earth and Mars. Olympus Mons is Mars's tallest peak. Its volcanic crater is 70 kilometres wide, rising 24 kilometres from its base. Mount Everest, Earth's tallest mountain, peaks at nine kilometres above sea level. The volcanic islands of Hawaii include the Mauna Kea volcano that rises ten kilometres from the seabed.
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