I have a new story posted on the ESA website:
“Today Mars Express began a series of flybys of Phobos, the largest moon of Mars. The campaign will reach its crescendo on 3 March, when the spacecraft will set a new record for the closest pass to Phobos, skimming the surface at just 50 km. The data collected could help untangle the origin of this mysterious moon. ...”
Read the full story here. And don’t forget to keep track of the Phobos flyby campaign here.