The Moon, Earth’s largest satellite, doesn’t look like you or I might expect it to. It’s blue-green. Anyone viewing it through a telescope can see clearly ruins of civilization upon it, but no people or activity.
The moon is smaller than we are accustomed to because its orbit is wider. Due to the effect this has on the planet’s rotation, days are now 28 hours long.
The year’s length has not changed, however, so a Ninth World year has only 313 days.
There’s also a glittering line of sparkles that crosses the night sky called the Bridge of Heaven.