en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phobos_(moon)

Phobos 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 ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phobos_(mythology)

Phobos is the personification of fear in Greek mythology. He is the offspring of Aphrodite and Ares. He was known for accompanying Ares into battle along with  ...

solarsystem.nasa.gov/moons/mars-moons/phobos/in-depth

New modeling indicates that the grooves on Mars' moon Phobos could be produced by tidal forces – the mutual gravitational pull of the planet and the moon.

www.space.com/20346-phobos-moon.html

Dec 8, 2017 ... The Martian moon Phobos orbits only a few thousand miles above the Red Planet's surface. Its proximity to its planet is one of the reasons ...

solarviews.com/eng/phobos.htm

Phobos (fear) is a moon of Mars and was named after an attendant of the Roman war god Mars. Phobos is a dark body that appears to be composed of C-type ...

space-facts.com/phobos

Phobos is one of the two moons of Mars. It is the larger of the two moons, and is heavily cratered and appears to have grooves and streaks of material along its ...

theplanets.org/phobos

Phobos (pronounced FOH bus) is the largest of the two moons which orbit the planet Mars. It is also closer to it's primary than any other satellite in the solar ...

www.planetsforkids.org/moon-phobos.html

Mars has two moons. The first of these moons is Phobos, named for a character in the legendary piece of Greek literature, The Iliad. Phobos was discovered in ...

sci.esa.int/mars-express/31031-phobos

Mar 22, 2017 ... Phobos is one of two very small satellites of the planet Mars. It was discovered along with its smaller companion, Deimos, by Asaph Hall at the ...