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There have been several probes launched towards Phobos, the larger of Mars’ two moons, over the years. However, many of these missions have experienced issues or have failed to reach their intended destination.
Authored by Buzz Aldrin via TV Interviews
Authored by USSR via Phobos 1 and 2
One of the earliest missions to Phobos was the Phobos 1 orbiter launched by the USSR in 1988. Unfortunately, the mission was lost en route to Mars and never reached its target.
However the case of Phobos II is an authentic mystery.
Launched in the same year, Phobos II was designed to study the Martian moon Phobos. Like its predecessor Phobos 1, the mission encountered technical difficulties and ultimately failed to complete its mission. After entering orbit around Mars in January 1989, Phobos II captured several images of both Phobos and Mars itself, but contact with the spacecraft was lost in March of that year before its planned deployment of two landers onto the surface of Phobos. Despite the setbacks, the information and images gathered, Phobos II, further to provide valuable insights into the Martian environment and have been used by researchers in subsequent studies of the planet and its moons, was able to send a last unsettling image…
There is a giant monolith in Phobos, and Buzz Aldrin confirms..
More recently, the Phobos-Grunt mission, also launched by Russia, aimed to study the Martian moon in detail. However, the spacecraft failed to set a course for Mars and ultimately burned up in Earth’s atmosphere in January 2012.
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is planning a sample-return mission from Phobos, which is scheduled to launch in the 2020s.
Anyway, in the next episodes we will bring you to the Moon and maybe some dark secret behind it, here a preview…
Original, NASA Photo AS17-141-21589 taken by Astronaut Eugene Cernan of Astronaut Harrison Schmitt
The real image of the moon, based on sunlight, should be different than what is typically believed…
It is not possible for the sunlight to be as less bright as depicted in this last image, even on a foggy winter day in old London.
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