NASA Shares Photo of Mars' Large Moon Phobos 1
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NASA made a post from its official Instagram account, which has more than 67 million followers. In this post, the institution surprising his followers had succeeded in capturing an image of an object. This image is from Mars’ larger of the two moons. Phobos” was showing the shape of “in great detail. While NASA was sharing this image, ” potato“, but wrote that this is not the case.

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft HiRISE

The image taken with his camera is truly stunning. This high-resolution image of the moon, known as Mars’ Moon, does indeed look like a potato. However, the satellite shiny and metallic structure, increases the level of surprise of those who see it. If you wish, without further ado, let’s take a closer look at the image of Phobos.

Phobos photo shared by NASA

NASA Shares Photo of Mars' Large Moon Phobos 2

If you want to view the photo’s sharing status on Instagram, here you can use the link.

NASA also made some statements about the Phobos photo shared on Instagram. In the statements made by the institution, it was stated that this satellite approaches Mars by 1.8 meters every hundred years. According to this calculation, Phobos is approximately In 50 million years will crash into Mars. In addition, Phobos, which is stated to have no atmosphere of its own and its temperature ranges from -4 degrees Celsius to -112 degrees Celsius, doesn’t give life chances is expressed.

The moon, first discovered in 1877 by an astronomer named Asaph Hall, also has a brother. If scientists are on that satellite Deimos

They named it . These names come from the children of Ares, known as the “God of War” in Greek mythology. In this context; Phobos means ” horror“, while Deimos is known as the embodiment of fear.

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