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In Greek mythology, Deimos ("dread") was the personification of dread. He was the son of Ares and Aphrodite. He, his brother Phobos, and the goddess Enyo accompanied Ares into battle, as well as his father's attendants, Trembling and Panic. His Roman equivalent was Formido or Metus. Asaph Hall, who discovered the moons of Mars, named one Deimos, and the other Phobos.

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Deimos (mythology)

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