Phobos is the satellite of Mars.
It housed a non-permanent installation by the United Nations and was not designed with the possibility of expanding population. It had a centrifugal gravity of .6 G. With the establishment of Olympia Station in 2167, Phobos Station was offering support.
In 2173 tests were performed by Dr. Monzoli concerning conception, gestation and birth outside Earth. Monzoli's results were very different from those during the late 20th century: Conception and complication were within normal range, with no unusual psychological effects on record. Stillbirth rate was 4% higher than the norm, but no considered cause for concern or autopsy.