Phobos is a moon of Mars, approximately 22 kilometers in diameter. The only other moon of Mars is Deimos.
A number of craters have been named, and are listed in the following table.
|Clustril||3.4||2006||Character in Lilliput who informed Flimnap that his wife had visited Gulliver privately in Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels||WGPSN|
|D'Arrest||2.1||1973||Heinrich Louis d'Arrest; German/Danish astronomer (1822–1875)||WGPSN|
|Drunlo||4.2||2006||Character in Lilliput who informed Flimnap that his wife had visited Gulliver privately in Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels||WGPSN|
|Flimnap||1.5||2006||Treasurer of Lilliput in Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels||WGPSN|
|Grildrig||2.6||2006||Name given to Gulliver by the farmer's daughter Glumdalclitch in the giants’ country Brobdingnag in Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels||WGPSN|
|Gulliver||5.5||2006||Lemuel Gulliver surgeon captain and voyager in Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels||WGPSN|
|Hall||5.4||1973||Asaph Hall; American astronomer discoverer of Phobos and Deimos (1829–1907)||WGPSN|
|Limtoc||2||2006||General in Lilliput who prepared articles of impeachment against Gulliver in Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels||WGPSN|
|Öpik||2||2011||Ernst J. Öpik, Estonian astronomer (1893–1985)||WGPSN|
|Reldresal||2.9||2006||Secretary for Private Affairs in Lilliput; Gulliver's friend in Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels||WGPSN|
|Roche||2.3||1973||Édouard Roche; French astronomer (1820–1883)||WGPSN|
|Sharpless||1.8||1973||Bevan Sharpless; American astronomer (1904–1950)||WGPSN|
|Shklovsky||2||2011||Iosif Shklovsky, Soviet astronomer (1916–1985)||WGPSN|
|Skyresh||1.5||2006||Skyresh Bolgolam High Admiral of the Lilliput council who opposed Gulliver’s plea for freedom and accused him of being a traitor in Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels||WGPSN|
|Stickney||9||1973||Angeline Stickney (1830–1892) ; wife of American astronomer Asaph Hall (above)||WGPSN|
|Todd||2.6||1973||David Peck Todd; American astronomer (1855–1939)||WGPSN|
|Wendell||1.7||1973||Oliver Wendell; American astronomer (1845–1912)||WGPSN|
The reason why many of the features are named after people and places in Jonathan Swift's satire Gulliver's Travels is because Swift predicted the diameters and rotation speeds of Phobos and Deimos 100 years before they were discovered.
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