Best of luck
When the celestial clock is determining your schedule, it kind of puts the word "mandatory" in a whole other context.
The world’s first mission to collect samples from Phobos, one of two moons orbiting Mars, has progressed to testing its bus system and mission instruments. Work on the mission - Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)’s Martian Moons eXploration (MMX) - was detailed in an article in which spacecraft system lead engineer …
Greek, I think. And I recall a tale whereby Asaph Hall, the discoverer of the two moons, had returned to his observing after being shouted at by his wife, Angelina Strickney - and having discovered them, named them 'Fear' and 'Terror' in her honour.
One of them - Phobos? - has a crater caused by an impact that had it been any bigger, would have shattered the moon: it's named 'Strickney'.