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Clifton Evans

Even a twenty-kilometer object is expected to impact Mars "soon," according to scientists. And one of the two moons of Mars is that object, Phobos. Because Phobos circles Mars so swiftly, the tidal forces it creates are speeding up the rotation of the planet geometry dash world.