Deimos

NOUN
  1. the outer of two small satellites of Mars
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How To Use Deimos In A Sentence

  • Mars, and is called Deimos, and the other, which is but sixteen hundred miles from the planet, is called Phobos by astronomers. Through Space to Mars Or the Longest Journey on Record
  • The names chosen for them were taken from the Iliad, where "Deimos" and A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century Fourth Edition
  • Deimos was still ashen-faced, though coping well.
  • It happens that Mars has two moons, named Phobos and Deimos, which are captured asteroids orbiting very close to that planet.
  • Standing on the surface of this planet, my attention was easily attracted by the two frisky moons called Deimos and Phobos, at the small distance of 14,600 and 12,500 miles respectively. Life in a Thousand Worlds
  • This is Titan spaceport calling Deimos spaceport! Treachery in Outer Space
  • NEOs happen to be those (as do Phobos and Deimos for the Mars system). A Shift in Policy? Moon Base Axed? - NASA Watch
  • Two small moons, Phobos and Deimos, were discovered orbiting Mars in 1877.
  • Both Phobos and Deimos always keep the same side toward Mars.
  • Deimos has a smooth surface due to a blanket of fragmental rock or regolith, except for the most recent impact craters. NASA Watch: March 2009 Archives
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