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Is there a way to have the two moons stabilize each otherís orbits ...
A trojan moon is a moon residing at the trojan point of another (larger) moon.
A1. If the two moons were to be of high density in comparison to their host planet (say a density of ,
would it be possible for them to be captured objects from deeper within the galaxy?
A2. Is there a way to have the two moons stabilize each otherís orbits, so they donít float away gradually like our moon does? I want moons that appear bigger in the sky than ours does, whilst being roughly the same size.
A3. How would the moons influence the oceans? How would I "measure" how much they influence the oceans- as in, what factors play the biggest part in this?
C1. If the planet had rings made of dust and rock debris, how would it effect the planet in general?
C2. Would it block sunlight to certain places or influence other weather patterns?
C3. Would it reflect sunlight, like the moon does, and shine at night?
C4. Would it be visible in the day sky like the moon is sometimes?