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  1. Moons of Mars - Wikipedia

    The two moons of Mars are Phobos and Deimos. They are irregular in shape. Both were discovered by Asaph Hall in August 1877 and are named after the Greek mythological twin characters Phobos (panic/fear) and Deimos (terror/dread) who accompanied their father Ares into battle. Ares, god of war, was known to the Romans as Mars.

  2. Moon - Wikipedia

    Moon Full moon seen from Earth Designations Designation Earth I Alternative names Luna Selene (poetic) Cynthia (poetic) Adjectives Lunar Selenian (poetic) Cynthian (poetic) Orbital characteristics Epoch J2000 Perigee 362 600 km (356 400 – 370 400 km) Apogee 405 400 km (404 000 – 406 700 km) Semi-major axis 384 399 km (0.002 57 AU) Eccentricity 0.0549 Orbital period 27.321 661 d (27 d 7 h ...

    • 405400 km, (404000–406700 km)
    • 362600 km, (356400–370400 km)
    • Earth I
    • 384399 km (0.00257 AU)
  3. Mars - Wikipedia

    Mars is more likely to be struck by short-period comets, i.e., those that lie within the orbit of Jupiter. In spite of this, there are far fewer craters on Mars compared with the Moon, because the atmosphere of Mars provides protection against small meteors and surface modifying processes have erased some craters.

    • 24.007 km/s, (86430 km/h; 53700 mph)
    • 686.971 d, (1.88082 yr; 668.5991 sols)
    • 1.025957 d, 24ʰ 37ᵐ 22.7ˢ
    • 0.636 (0.4–0.87) kPa, 0.00628 atm
  4. Phobos (moon) - Wikipedia

    Phobos / ˈfoʊbɒs / (systematic designation: Mars I) is the innermost and larger of the two natural satellites of Mars, the other being Deimos. Both moons were discovered in 1877 by American astronomer Asaph Hall.

    • 2.138 km/s
    • 1548.3 km², (3.03545 µEarths)
    • 0.31891023 d, (7 h 39.2 min)
    • 0.0057 m/s², (581.4 µ g)
  5. Deimos (moon) - Wikipedia

    Deimos, like Mars' other moon, Phobos, has spectra, albedos, and densities similar to those of a C-or D-type asteroid [citation needed].Like most bodies of its size, Deimos is highly non-spherical with triaxial dimensions of 15 × 12.2 × 11 km, making it 56% of the size of Phobos.

    • 1.3513 km/s
    • 495.1548 km², (0.970755 µEarths)
    • 1.263 d, (30.312 h)
    • 0.003 m/s², (306 µg)
  6. 29 Mars - Wikipedia

    Kjo faqe është redaktuar për herë te fundit më 29 mars 2014, në orën 08:54.

  7. Titan (moon) - Wikipedia

    Titan is the largest moon of Saturn and the second-largest natural satellite in the Solar System.It is the only moon known to have a dense atmosphere, and the only known body in space, other than Earth, where clear evidence of stable bodies of surface liquid has been found.

  8. 29 mars – Wikipedia

    29 mars är den 88:e dagen på året i den gregorianska kalendern (89:e under skottår).Det återstår 277 dagar av året.

  9. Human mission to Mars - Wikipedia

    NASA has also discussed plans to launch Mars missions from the Moon to reduce traveling costs. Mars Society Germany – European Mars Mission (EMM) (2005) The Mars Society Germany proposed a crewed Mars mission using several launches of an improved heavy-lift version of the Ariane 5. Roughly 5 launches would be required to send a crew of 5 on a ...

  10. Colonization of the Moon - Wikipedia

    The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M 3), an imaging spectrometer, was one of the 11 instruments on board Chandrayaan-1, whose mission came to a premature end on 29 August 2009. M 3 was aimed at providing the first mineral map of the entire lunar surface. Lunar scientists had discussed the possibility of water repositories for decades.