My Answer - B: Phobos and Deimoshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moons_of_Mars
Be fully equipped for your tours of the night sky this winter, courtesy of Hama UK and Meade Instruments
Courtesy of Hama UK and Meade Instruments Ltd, we’ve got two telescopes and a spotting scope to give away – just in time for Christmas! Worth over £1000, read on for a taster of the astronomy kit you could win…
Meade LightBridge Mini 114. The LightBridge Mini is the ultimate grab- and-go telescope, providing the same high-quality standards of the original Truss-Tube Dobsonian models but in a portable form. The Meade LightBridge Mini 114 offers magnificent views of planets, nebulae, star clusters and galaxies thanks to its excellent light gathering ability. Its simple point-and-look design and a 360-degree ‘Lazy Susan’ style mount make it the perfect telescope for the entire family.
Meade Wilderness 20-60×80 Spotting Scope. Featuring high index BaK-4 prisms, as well as high-quality, precision lenses finished with layers of anti-reflection coatings for optimal performance, the Meade Wilderness is ideal for those who enjoy nothing more than dabbling in everything from bird-watching to observing the night sky. Magnifications from 20x to 60x, combined with an 80mm objective, provide bright and detailed images for a superb viewing experience, while a sliding sunshade reduces glare and rugged, rubber armour provides an exquisite finish for a waterproof and fog-proof design.
Meade ETX90 Observer. Get stuck into astronomy with the ETX90 Observer. This automated and portable telescope provides exquisite views of a menagerie of night-sky objects – from the Solar System to galaxies and nebulae – thanks to its Maksutov-Cassegrain optical design with extraordinary contrast. The ETX90 Observer features AudioStar, GoTo technology and a large 30,000-object database, which will make finding your way around the night sky fun and educational for all.
To be in with the chance of winning, all you have to do is answer the question below*:
What are the names of Mars' moons?
A: Europa and Io
B: Phobos and Deimos
C: Dione and Enceladus