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Phobos (eayst)

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Phobos 
Sorçheayst Vart
Feddynit magh ecAsaph Hall[1] Edit the value on Wikidata
Date feddyn maghLuanistyn 18, 1877[2] as Luanistyn 17, 1877[3], United States Naval Observatory (en) Translate
EpennymPhobos (en) Translate
Moir-redMart
Fysserree fishigagh
Essyl lieh-vooar a9,377.1 km
Corrid e0.0151
Amm cruinlagh P0.3189 d
Cleayn i26.04 °
Troyn fishigagh as rollageagh meadragh
Crantessen22.5 km Edit the value on Wikidata
Mooadys baghtal (V)11.8 Edit the value on Wikidata
Glout10.66 Eg[4] Edit the value on Wikidata
Mean-ghlooaght1.876 g/cm³ Edit the value on Wikidata
Ym-hayrn eaghtyragh0.0057 m/s² Edit the value on Wikidata
Albedo0.071 Edit the value on Wikidata

She Phobos (Greagish: Φόβος) y fo-phlannad sthie as by moo jeh chooid Mart (she Deimos y fer elley). Ta cowrey corysagh Mars I currit er myrgeddin.

Va Phobos feddynit magh er 12 Luanistyn, 1877 ec Asaph Hall. Hooar Hall Deimos magh ec y traa cheddin.

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  1. Stated in: A Short History of Astronomy. Author: Arthur Berry. Publisher: John Murray. Language of work or name: Baarle Ghoaldagh. Publication date: 1898.
  2. Reference URL: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1086/122784. DOI: 10.1086/122784.
  3. Stated in: A Short History of Astronomy. Author: Arthur Berry. Publisher: John Murray. Language of work or name: Baarle Ghoaldagh. Publication date: 1898.
  4. Retrieved: 5 Mean Fouyir 2020. Reference URL: https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/?sat_phys_par.

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