Mars Express heading for closest flyby of Phobos

Wednesday, March 3, 2010 - 09:29 in Astronomy & Space

ESA’s Mars Express will skim the surface of Mars’ largest moon Phobos this evening. Passing by at an altitude of 67 km, precise radio tracking will allow researchers to peer inside the mysterious moon. Closest approach is at 21:55 CET. Live updates on the Mars Express blog.

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