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Mars in a Minute: How Did Mars Get Such Enormous Mountains

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Why are the tallest peaks in the solar system found on one of its smallest worlds? Like any planet, how Mars looks outside is tied to what goes on inside. This episode digs into planetary formation. Part of the "Mars in a Minute" series.

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