I'd really like to hear about people's fantasy/sci-fi worlds. Like how many moons are there? What's the calendar like? How many days in a year? Great stuff like that.
I go first with my confusing thing.
So there's a sun and a planet circling that sun at the same rate that Earth circles our sun. And then that planet has a moon that has life on it…and then that moon has two submoons. So this universe is heavily magic-based but I tried to make it as scientifically possible as I could with researching as little as possible because I find that space stuff tends to have lots of jargon and I'm only a tech nerd so I get confused.
Anyway recently I decided to suck it up and try to make it make sense. So, on the life moon, Nativma, people don't know anything about science so they believe that there are three moons in the sky when they are the moon. The second-largest "moon" aka the planet Nativma orbits is called Solum. It's only seen in the sky during the day all year 'round as Nativma takes about six months to orbit it (don't know how much sense that makes but I just wanted to make it simple since it's not that relevant…I could just say "because magic"). There are two solar eclipses a year, one in the middle of summer and one in the middle of winter. For a certain continent they have 6 month long years and the solar eclipse marks the new year. On another, they don't notice the winter eclipse cos of the long night (they're at the top of the world) but their long day is interrupted by the eclipse. (there's a whole bunch of religious stuff to go along with these events).
The largest moon, Diu, only appears at night. It orbits at a slower rate than Earth's moon but faster than Nativma rotates. The smallest moon, Iseo, (this is where magical, religious nonsense overthrows logic) appears randomly whenever, wherever and sometimes doesn't appear at all for months.
Didn't mean to ramble for that long but I'd love to read your planet, sun, moon nonsense