ESA closes in on the origin of Marsâ larger moon
- michael france (electrickoolade99@...) saw this story on the European Space Agency's website and thought you should see it.
** ESA closes in on the origin of Mars’ larger moon **
European space scientists are getting closer to unravelling the origin of Mars’ larger moon, Phobos. Thanks to a series of close encounters by ESA’s Mars Express spacecraft, the moon looks almost certain to be a ‘rubble pile’, rather than a single solid object. However, mysteries remain about where the rubble came from.
Read more: http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEMB82TG7MF_index_0.html
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