Phobos and Deimos, those tiny moons of Mars explained

Phobos and Deimos are the two tiny moons of Mars and, since they are way smaller than our Moon, those satellites don’t even have a spherical form. They have a potato form and are, most likely, asteroid pushed by Jupiter from the asteroid belt into Mars’ orbit.

In any case, we still could use those moons as waiting station before landing on Mars, right?

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