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  Mars' Moon Deimos
Mars II Deimos [DEE-mos] (panic) is a moon of Mars and was named after an attendant of the Roman war god Mars.
Deimos is a dark body that appears to be composed of C-type surface materials.
Some scientists speculate that Deimos and Phobos (the other martian moon), are captured asteroids; however, other scientists present arguments counter to this theory.
solarviews.com /eng/deimos.htm   (306 words)

  Mars' Moon Deimos
Mars II Deimos [DEE-mos] (panic) is a moon of Mars and was named after an attendant of the Roman war god Mars.
Deimos has a smoother appearance caused by partial filling of some of its craters.
The images were rendered by using Peter C. Thomas' model and a combination of the USGS airbrush map and a photomosaic of Deimos.
www.solarviews.com /eng/deimos.htm   (297 words)

 Greek and Roman gods
Neptune, in Roman mythology, god of the sea, son of the god Saturn, and brother of Jupiter, king of the gods, and Pluto, god of the dead.
Poseidon, in Greek mythology, god of the sea, the son of the Titans Cronus and Rhea, and the brother of Zeus and Hades.
Pan, in Greek mythology, god of woods, fields, and fertility, the son of Hermes, messenger of the gods, and a nymph.
www.holysmoke.org /sdhok/greek.htm   (2234 words)

  Deimos (moon) -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Deimos (dye'-mus or dee'-mus; Greek Δείμος) is the smaller and outermost of (The 4th planet from the sun) Mars' two (Any natural satellite of a planet) moons, named after (The outer of two small satellites of Mars) Deimos from Greek Mythology.
Deimos is probably an asteroid that was perturbed by ((Roman mythology) supreme god of Romans; counterpart of Greek Zeus) Jupiter into an (The (usually elliptical) path described by one celestial body in its revolution about another) orbit that allowed it to be captured by Mars, though this hypothesis is still in some dispute.
As seen from Deimos, Mars would be 1000 times larger and 400 times brighter than the full (Any natural satellite of a planet) Moon as seen from Earth, taking up a full 1/11 of the width of a celestial hemisphere.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/d/de/deimos_(moon).htm   (721 words)

 The Moons of Mars   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Both satellites resemble asteroids instead of a "normal" moon, indicating that both of the moons of Mars were captured asteroids, or residual debris of a nearby collisions.
Deimos is the Greek word for "panic," another suited named for Mars, the Roman God of War.
Deimos orbits at a distance of 23,460 kilometers from Mars.
astronomyonline.org /SolarSystem/MarsMoons.asp   (229 words)

 Welcome to the Planets Version
Deimos -- In Greek mythology, a son of Ares (Mars) who, with brother Phobos, was a constant companion to his father.
In Greek mythology, god of the dead and the underworld.
In Greek mythology, god of the sky, mate of the goddess of the Earth, and father of the Titans.
pds.jpl.nasa.gov /planets/special/glossary.htm   (2887 words)

 Deimos   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The smooth texture of the surface of Deimos is contrasted with the grooved, pitted, and cratered surface of Phobos.
Deimos (Latin for Panic) is a moon of Mars and was named after an attendant of the Roman war god Mars.
Deimos is a dark body that appears to be composed of C-type (flish carbonaceous chondrite) surface materials.
abyss.uoregon.edu /~js/glossary/deimos.html   (250 words)

 Ares, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
For it is told that years before the god had helped the Pylians in their war against Heracles 1, being wounded in the thigh by the latter.
Aphrodite was Ares' lover, but her husband Hephaestus, by means of a clever device of his own invention, trapped the two naked lovers in bed, exposing them to the laughter of the other gods.
Oenomaus 1 was the king of Pisa who used to put to death his daughter's suitors, and nail their heads to his house, as an oracle had said that he would die whenever his daughter should marry.
homepage.mac.com /cparada/GML/Ares.html   (1505 words)

 Asaph Hall --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It was discovered telescopically with its companion moon, Phobos, by the American astronomer Asaph Hall in 1877 and named for one of the sons of Ares, the Greek counterpart of the Roman god Mars.
Deimos is an irregular rocky object having a cratered surface covered with a thick layer of fine debris.
It was discovered telescopically with its companion moon, Deimos, by the American astronomer Asaph Hall in 1877 and named for one of the sons of Ares, the Greek counterpart of the Roman god Mars.
www.britannica.com /eb/article?tocId=9038905&ref=news0105   (805 words)

 Anime-Myth.com v. With You
Deimos (from Bride of Deimos) calls himself the "God of Fear," but takes on more of his devil-like representation in personality.
It may be also that Deimos is the personification of human weaknesses, that chance to commit evil or believe it, and as long as humans continue to do so, he will exist.
This seems to be the source of Ifurita's name in El Hazard, she is known as the most powerful of the demon gods.
www.anime-myth.com /d.html   (1919 words)

 The Temple of Ares
The gods of Olympus did not hurry to rescue the detested Ares, and it was thirteen lunar months before Hermes, the fleetest of the gods, was dispatched to free him under cover of night.
Hephaestus, alone among the gods, was deformed from birth, and Hera, not exactly a loving and devoted mother, was so ashamed of the ugliness she had brought into the world that she threw him into the sea from the peaks of Olympus.
As opposed to the war god, the battle-maddened brute who delighted in bloodshed, Athena, in the manner of an illustrious general, considered war to be a regrettably necessary evil, to be won as quickly and as bloodlessly as possible through skill and maneuver.
www.angelfire.com /empire/martiana/ares/index.html   (4852 words)

 Sea and Sky's Tour of the Solar System: Deimos
Deimos was named after Terror, another of the charioteers of the Roman god, Mars.
In Greek mythology, Deimos is one of the sons of Ares (Mars) and Aphrodite (Venus).
Like Phobos, Deimos is believed to be composed of a mixture of ice and carbon-rich rock like that found in the C-type asteroids in the outer asteroid belt.
www.seasky.org /solarsystem/sky3e3.html   (338 words)

The tiny moon is made of dark, carbon-rich rocks that are common in the outer asteroid belt, a group of asteroids that orbits between the orbits of Jupiter and Mars.
According to one theory, Deimos passed through the Martian atmosphere and was slowed enough that Mars’s gravity could capture it.
In Roman mythology, Deimos was an attendant of the war god Mars.
www.geocities.com /beyondearth2001/deimos.htm   (389 words)

 NASA's Solar System Exploration: Planets: Mars: Moons: Deimos
However, these "ejecta deposits" are not seen on Deimos, perhaps because the moon's gravity is so low that the ejecta escaped to space.
Deimos also has a thick regolith, perhaps as deep as 100 meters, formed as meteorites pulverized pounded the surface.
Deimos is a dark body that appears to be composed of C-type surface materials, similar to that of asteroids found in the outer asteroid belt.
solarsystem.nasa.gov /planets/profile.cfm?Object=Mar_Deimos   (198 words)

 Anime on DVD
Deimos was once a god who lived on Mount Olympus with his sister, Venus.
Minako is a parishoner of the priest and he's given her a sword to use against Deimos, a sword that it's claimed once pierced the heart of the devil himself.
Deimos allows her to see what living in the real world is like.
www.animeondvd.com /reviews2/manga/manga.php?manga_view=560   (1063 words)

 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys: Love Amazon Style - TV.com
She is the daughter of Zeus, King of the Gods, and Dione, who is known as the Goddess of Earth and Nature.
She and Ares, the God of War, are said to have had a long-time affair in spite of the fact that many genealogies list them as siblings.
In Greek Mythology, Deimos was the son of Ares and Aphrodite.
www.tv.com /hercules-the-legendary-journeys/love-amazon-style/episode/39030/summary.html   (856 words)

 ipedia.com: Mars (planet) Article
Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the solar system, named after the Roman god of war (the counterpart of the Greek Ares), on account of its blood red color as viewed in the night sky.
Deimos, on the other hand, is far enough away that its orbit is being slowly boosted instead.
Both satellites were discovered in 1877 by Asaph Hall, and are named after the characters Phobos and Deimos in Greek mythology, sons of the Greek god Ares.
www.ipedia.com /mars__planet_.html   (1749 words)

 Renaming of Mars' Moons - NewMars
Deimos is most frequently interpreted as "flight" or "terror", but also "panic", "dread", or "fear".
Mars, however, was originally an agricultural god, responsible for springtime, growth in nature, fertility, and cattle, even if later it begun to be associated with war.
Ares was not a popular Greek god, whereas Mars was one of the most popular and worshipped Roman gods (second only to Jupiter) and had several festivals in his honour.
www.newmars.com /wiki/index.php/Renaming_of_Mars'_Moons   (618 words)

 Artistic License - October 2001
Deimos draws a crystal globe from the folds of his sleeve and a strange beam lashes out at Morgan, battering his mind and will.
Deimos means terror or panic, and suits a villain in Edgar Rice Burroughs style adventure fiction.
Apparently, Deimos was only "mostly" dead, and a combination of vile sorcery and perverted Atlantean super-science, revived him.
www.collectortimes.com /2001_10/License.html   (2165 words)

 aphrodite - artemis
Dit was een symbool voor de dood en wedergeboorte van een god, en het was in het vroege christendom nog steeds verbonden met zijn moeder.
Als Belet-Ili, in de mythe van Atrahasis, vermengde ze klei met het bloed van de rebelerende god Gesjtoe-e, en maakte hiervan zeven vrouwen en zeven mannen.
In deze tijd woedde de discussie of Jezus de zoon van god was of een mensenzoon.
www.nissaba.nl /godinnen/beschrap.shtml   (6944 words)

 Inside Mac Games Review: Deimos Rising   (Site not responding. Last check: )
God willing, someday I’ll be granted a manly jawline, pecs that could crush a small moose and witty dialogue to mutter as I violently strafe targets along the ground in the name of intergalactic freedom.
Deimos Rising, written by Darwinian Studios and published by Ambrosia Software, is both the realization of my ultimate accomplishment in life as well as the sequel to the late 90’s shareware classic Mars Rising.
Deimos Rising requires a balance between what starts out as a relatively weak single-fire aerial weapon and ground-based bombs that only fire one at a time.
www.insidemacgames.com /reviews/view.php?ID=221   (583 words)

 The Tale of Two Snipers
Deimos led the way down the dimly lit corridor and began to fill Phobos in.
Deimos made the noise of air escaping from his lungs and he fell to the ground.
Deimos gestured for her to bring her head closer.
www.btinternet.com /~jakejason/twosnipers/web-2.html   (2028 words)

 Reference Library - RedOrbit
Deimos is irregular in shape, measuring about 15 km (about 9 mi) along its longest side and about 11 km (about 6.6 mi) along its shortest side.
Deimos is peppered with craters dug out by collisions with meteoroids and small asteroids.
Deimos was discovered by American astronomer Asaph Hall when Mars came near Earth in 1877.
www.redorbit.com /education/reference_library?article_id=80   (389 words)

 Moons of Mars
He named the two moons Phobos and Deimos, Phobos and Deimos were named after the horses that pulled Ares' chariot, although some sources say that they were named the sons of Ares the Greek god of war (Mars is the Roman god of war).
Deimos is the smaller of the two moons and is actually the smallest moon in the solar system.
The largest crater to be found on Deimos is 2.3km wide and it has a generally smoother appearance compared to Phobos.
www.comp.glam.ac.uk /pages/staff/mreddy/Mars-or-Bust/planet/moons.htm   (169 words)

 Planets, astronomical bodies that orbit in the solar system and serve as astrological signs
Jupiter, King of the Roman gods (fifth planet from the sun).
Neptune, Roman god of the sea (eighth planet from the sun).
Pluto, Greek god of wealth, ruled the dark underworld of myth (ninth planet from the sun).
www.wordsources.info /words-mod-planets.html   (1119 words)

 Millennium Mars
The two Martian satellites, Phobos (fear) and Deimos (dread), are small, irregular 'moonlets' that may be asteroids captured during the final stages of the accretion of Mars.
They were named after the sons of Ares, who was the Greek god of war and the Greek equivalent of the Roman god Mars.
Deimos is roughly egg-shaped, about 8.1 miles long by 7.4 miles wide.
userpages.chorus.net /iis/NewFiles/selene.html   (308 words)

 Pagan News - Pagan News & Information
Ares is the God of War and of battle.
Ares ("man," "male, "strife"), in Greek mythology, is the god of war and son of Zeus and Hera.
Even then, he was venerated most often in conjunction with other gods; for example, he shared a temple with Aphrodite at Thebes, GreeceThebes.
www.pagannews.com /cgi-bin/gods3.pl?Ares/Mars   (600 words)

 The Harry Potter Galleries: HOL - The HOL Solar System
Some scientists speculate that Deimos and Phobos (the other martian moon), are captured asteroids.
It was discovered by Audouin Dollfus in 1966 and was named after the god of gates and doorways.
Pan was the god of woods, fields, and flocks, having a human torso and head with a goat's legs, horns, and ears.
hol.50g.com /solar/moons.htm   (2724 words)

It seems that a demonic being claiming to be Deimos, the God of Fear, is invading them because he's in love with Minako.
Deimos himself seems to almost become more of a EC Comics host, popping up to give exposition as Minako finds herself in yet another bad situation.
Younger readers who haven't encountered any real horror stories will probably eat this dark romance up; even Deimos himself seems to be targeting young readers by his appearance on the cover with his hair cascading down in a mane that would make cover model Fabio jealous.
www.icomics.com /rev_013003_brideofdeimos.shtml   (562 words)

 Mars Engineering - Rename Mars' Moons
Deimos is most frequently interpreted as 'flight' or 'terror', but also 'panic', 'dread', or 'fear'.] I thought more about this and wondered whether I would want to live on a planet with Fear and Terror circling overhead.
Ares was a Greek god, whereas Mars was Roman.
It is, however, difficult to escape the image of Mars as a war god with Fear and Terror circling overhead.
pweb.jps.net /~gangale3/moss/Virtual_Mars/RenameMoons.asp   (1510 words)

 Deimos and Phobos (Olympian gods, Terror and Fear)
Powers: Deimos and Phobos presumably possess the classic powers of a god, including superhuman strength (Class 25), durability, etc., as well as immunity to the effects of disease and aging.
Since being slain, Deimos and Phobos exist as semi-living creatures, created from a Darkforce-like material, and they require high levels of fear to maintain their physical presence.
Deimos is the namesake for Deimos, the moon of Mars.
www.marvunapp.com /Appendix/demphb.htm   (732 words)

 BBC - Science & Nature - Space - Deimos
Unlike Mars' other moon, Phobos, the surface of Deimos is smooth and mostly featureless.
Deimos can be seen from the Earth with a good telescope.
Phobos and Deimos were sons of the Greek god of war.
www.bbc.co.uk /science/space/solarsystem/mars/deimos.shtml   (261 words)

 Exploring Mars: Science - Moons   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Phobos (fear) and Deimos (panic) were named after the horses that pulled the chariot of the Greek war god Ares, the counterpart to the Roman war god Mars.
Both Phobos and Deimos were discovered in 1877 by American astronomer Asaph Hall.
The moons appear to have surface materials similar to many asteroids in the outer asteroid belt, which leads most scientists to believe that Phobos and Deimos are captured asteroids.
www.exploringmars.com /science/moons.html   (78 words)

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