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 (dē′mōs, dā′-, dī′mŏs)
The satellite of Mars second in distance from the planet.

[Greek, one of Ares' sons, from deimos, fear, terror.]


(Celestial Objects) the smaller of the two satellites of Mars and the more distant from the planet. Approximate diameter: 13 km. Compare Phobos


(ˈdaɪ mɒs)

one of the two moons of Mars.
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Noun1.Deimos - the outer of two small satellites of Mars
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Phobos (panic or fear) and Deimos (terror or dread) accompanied their father into battle.
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Later I found Deimos with ray 8-inch LX-200 while using an occulting filter eyepiece to snag it.
Since then we have defeated Ares, joined forces with Gaia and Titans to take on Olympus; killed Zeus and slayed Deimos.
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It was a tricky shoot as Phobos and its sister moon, Deimos, are closer to Mars than our Moon is to Earth, so they shoot across the sky relatively quickly.