1. Solar system marvels
Yellowstone National Park may have stunning vistas that impress mere Earthlings, but they’re nothing compared to strange and fascinating locations elsewhere in our solar system. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is a colossal storm larger than Earth. Venus’ surface temperature is hot enough to melt lead. The largest mountain on any planet in our solar system, Mars’ Olympus Mons, is three times higher than Mount Everest. And while any space geek worth her Europan sea salt might know about these splendors, the marvels of the solar system are almost endless. Here, we take a look at some of the less-well-known spots in our cosmic neighborhood that we’d most like to visit.
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