Asteroid Vesta: 13 mile high mountain!

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Asteroid Vesta mountain taller than Everest (bottom of asteroid)

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Asteroid Vesta's 13 mile high mountain
The asteroid Vesta with a diameter of about 320 miles (roughly 500 kilometers) has a mountain over 13 miles high (over 22 kilometers).

Mount Everest on Earth is over 5 miles high above sea level (over 8 kilometers). Olympus Mons on Mars is over 16 miles (25 kilometers) high.

How can such a small planetary body have a mountain so large and relatively to its size incredibly massive?

if geology of planets and all space bodies are formed by the same process that is not driven by gravity and immensely slow processes, then we would expect to see similar geological features on them, no matter there size. Could the massive mountain on Vesta, Mount Everest and Olympus Mons be formed by the same Electric Universe geology process?

Asteroid Vesta mountain links

Vesta Mountain: NASA Dawn Spacecraft Discovers Asteroid Peak Taller Than Everest
Picture: Asteroid Has Mountain Three Times as Tall as Everest
New View of Vesta Mountain From NASA's Dawn Mission
Mountains three times as high as Everest and giant craters on Vesta: Researchers reveal most accurate map of an asteroid ever produced
Asteroid Vesta now has its own geologic maps
Olympus Mons: Giant Mountain of Mars