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Mars eclipse by William Huggins - Sun, 25 Nov 2018 21:39:22 EST ID:ckw062Hz No.57504 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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if one or 2 of mars moons came between mars and earth during a time where mars is clearest and easiest to see with the naked eye, could one tell the moons were dimming mars red orange light? I understand phobos is really close but could the other moon make a significant enough eclipse or dimming effect to the red dot we see from earth
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Fred Hoyle - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 17:36:55 EST ID:457vC2+I No.57505 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Naw, not with the naked eye. Phobos, the larger moon, is only 27 km across.


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