The panoramic camera on NASA's Opportunity combines the first photographs of solar eclipses by Mars' two moons, Deimos and Phobos.  Deimos appears as a speck in front of the Sun and Phobos grazes its edge.
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Martian Eclipses: Deimos and Phobos

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