Dimorphos (formal designation (65803) Didymos I; provisional designation S/2003 (65803) 1) is a natural satellite or moon of the near-Earth asteroid 65803 Didymos, with which it forms a binary system.

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DART Made a Surprisingly Big Impact on Dimorphos

Dimorphos is Probably a Piece of Didymos

ESA’s Hera Mission is Bringing Two Cubesats Along. They’ll Be Landing on Dimorphos

NASA's asteroid-smashing DART mission revealed how battered space rock Dimorphos formed

Another Look at the Aftermath of DART's Impact Into Dimorphos

VLT Observes Aftermath of Collision between DART and Dimorphos

DART mission reveals asteroid Dimorphos is dry as a bone

NASA’s DART data validates kinetic impact as planetary defense method | DART altered the orbit of the asteroid moonlet Dimorphos by 33 minutes

How did Dimorphos Form?

What Kind of an Impact did DART Have on Dimorphos? The Science Results are Here

The Smallest Radar Ever Sent to Space Will Probe the Interior of Dimorphos After its Impact From DART

NASA's DART asteroid crash: What scientists have learned about Dimorphos so far

NASA's DART asteroid crash: What scientists have learned about Dimorphos so far

Asteroid Moonlet Dimorphos Develops Two Tails after DART Impact

Surprise! The Dimorphos' second tail emerged (Credit: NASA's HST)

DART’s Impact Altered Orbit of Dimorphos, NASA Says

NASA's DART hit the asteroid Dimorphos two weeks ago at 14,000 mph hoping to change its orbit around Didymos. It was a smashing success. Humanity is capable of changing the trajectory of small asteroids.

DART successfully changed the orbit of Dimorphos, decreasing its orbital period by 32-mins

DART impact gave asteroid Dimorphos a debris tail thousands of miles long

Astronomers Spot Huge Trail of Debris from DART Collision with Dimorphos