I have a new story published over at ESA:
“Mars Express encountered Phobos last night, smoothly skimming past at just 67 km, the closest any manmade object has ever approached Mars’ enigmatic moon. The data collected could help unlock the origin of not just Phobos but other ‘second generation’ moons. ...”
Read the full story here.
Read the frequent updates on the Phobos flyby campaign at the Mars Express Blog here