Deimos


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Dei·mos

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

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

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

(ˈdaɪ mɒs)

n.
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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As a result of the planned sale of Deimos Imaging or its assets, the operations of Deimos Imaging have been classified as discontinued operations for the three and six months ended June 30, 2019 and the associated comparative prior periods.
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The high revisit rate of Planet's imaging system will allow it to image regions that are often covered in cloud, such as Northern Europe or the Alps, while Deimos Imaging and Airbus satellite resources will concentrate on Southern and Central Europe, where higher resolutions are required to map dense urban and suburban areas.
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Phobos (panic or fear) and Deimos (terror or dread) accompanied their father into battle.
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Those moons, long since reclaimed by Mars, could have herded remaining debris in the sparsely populated outer part of the ring to form Phobos and Deimos.
At Deimos, Warner will focus on building and managing a portfolio of investments in companies in the financial services sector and in related technologies and business services.
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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.