...on my lanai, I used that same induction stove to fry in butter pieces of rib eye, sliced onions and enoki mushrooms:
I also had Kirin beer and Kikusai Junmai Ginjo sake. What a feast. At the end of the meal, Planet Venus appeared (top left):
I find it fascinating that the tallest mountain on Venus is Maxwell Montes, 6.8 miles high. To quibble, it is said that Mauna Kea is the tallest (from base at bottom of sea) mountain on Planet Earth at 6.3 miles, while Mount Everest is the highest mountain (from sea level) at 5.5 miles. However, Olympus Mons on Mars is 13.2 miles high.
The volume of Mars is only 15% of our planet. Final trivia, the volume of our Moon is only 2% of Earth, but Mount (or Mons) Huygens is almost three miles high, which I think is in that square: