Take On Mars: Deimos
Deimos, with an average radius of 6.2 km, is the smaller one of the two known Mars natural satellites. By its appearance the moon is more similar to asteroids found in the Main steroid belt. Deimos is heavily deformed by impacts of meteorites, since the moon's gravity is so low that the ejected material won't fall back to the surface and escapes to space.
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