This is a collection of all the color imagery taken by Phobos II containing both Phobos and Mars, and Mars alone as shown in the upper right-hand corner. The photos in the upper left, middle right, and lower right were processed by he Russians at IKI followed by Ted Stryk to reduce the color enhancements IKI made. The middle and lower left images, as well as the top right, were processed Ted Stryk from black and white Phobos II images. They have been corrected for distortion. The color composite was made by combining the red, blue, and an artificially produced green image made by averaging the red and blue channels. The red channel in the upper left image was so badly overexposed that is was nearly a washout, so the color data is extremely poor. Unknown at the time taken, the image at the middle left, with the badly overexposed disk of mars, was to be the last color image of the Russian planetary program, taken two days before contact was lost forever with Phobos II.