Future of the Environment

A tiny meteorite changed our understanding of Mars. Here's how

Mars is home to its own volcano. Image: REUTERS/NASA

Lindsay Dodgson

Reporter, Business Insider

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The Olympus Mons volcano on Mars is the largest in our solar system. Image: NASA

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