Phobos: The larger and closer of the two moons of Mars, named after the Greek god Phobos (which means "fear"), a son of Ares (Mars). Small and irregularly shaped Phobos orbits about 9,377 km (5,827 mi) from the center of Mars, closer to its primary than any other known planetary moon. Phobos is one of the least-reflective bodies in the solar system, and features a large impact crater, Stickney crater. It orbits so close to the planet that it moves around Mars faster than Mars itself rotates. As a result, from the surface of Mars it appears to rise in the west, move rapidly across the sky (in 4 h 15 min or less) and set in the east. Phobos's orbital radius is decreasing, and it will eventually either impact the surface of Mars or break up into a planetary ring.
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