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6th Nov '17 5:46:26 AM Sharlee
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** Note that it's no longer ''quite'' so impossible for a point of light to appear within the crescent moon's horns, as orbiting satellites ''can'' pass in front of the moon at any stage of its cycle, and reflect sunlight independently of how much of the moon's surface is illuminated.
22nd Oct '17 1:49:01 PM Gosicrystal
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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
** The main plot of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'' revolves around the moon and the fact that it is going to crash into the landscape in three days. It also [[TheManInTheMoon grew a face, and ''cries rocks'']]. [[spoiler:At the end of the game, you travel ''inside'' the moon and find that it contains a field with a [[TheWorldTree Tree]] in the middle]]. It also hovers directly overhead for three days straight, and when it finally crashes, it's not all that big to be a moon. Whether it moved across the sky before the events in the game is unclear.

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
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The main plot of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'' revolves around the moon and the fact that it is going to crash into the landscape in three days. It also [[TheManInTheMoon grew a face, and ''cries rocks'']]. [[spoiler:At the end of the game, you travel ''inside'' the moon and find that it contains a field with a [[TheWorldTree Tree]] in the middle]]. It also hovers directly overhead for three days straight, and when it finally crashes, it's not all that big to be a moon. Whether it moved across the sky before the events in the game is unclear.
3rd Oct '17 3:25:34 PM eroock
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For more on eclipses, see TotalEclipseOfThePlot.

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For more moon tropes, see IndexOnTheMoon. For more on eclipses, see TotalEclipseOfThePlot.
22nd Sep '17 2:00:33 PM eroock
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[Music/FrankSinatra Fly me to one of]] ''these'' moons. [[note]]L - R, top to bottom: Moons from ''Manga/FairyTail'', ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld2YoshisIsland'', and ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom''[[/note]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[Music/FrankSinatra Fly me to one of]] ''these'' moons. [[note]]L - R, top to bottom: Moons from ''Manga/FairyTail'', ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld2YoshisIsland'', and ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom''[[/note]].]]
''Manga/AssassinationClassroom''[[/note]]]]
22nd Sep '17 12:34:29 PM AuraXtreme
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[[caption-width-right:350:L - R, top to bottom: Moons from ''Manga/FairyTail'', ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld2YoshisIsland'', and ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom''.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:L [[caption-width-right:350:[[Music/FrankSinatra Fly me to one of]] ''these'' moons. [[note]]L - R, top to bottom: Moons from ''Manga/FairyTail'', ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld2YoshisIsland'', and ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom''.''Manga/AssassinationClassroom''[[/note]].]]
6th Aug '17 12:59:17 AM petersohn
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* In world B2 of ''VideoGame/TheTalosPrinciple'', the moon is depicted as [[GiganticMoon unusually large]]. If you look carefully, [[spoiler: there is a laser connector on the edge. If you fire a laser on it, the moon turns around and becomes an [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} Aperture Science logo]]]].
28th Jul '17 12:04:34 PM merotoker
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* The last scene of ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'' has two moons, one red and one blue, overlapping each other; this is [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic symbolic]] of either Margaret and Madlax, Madlax and Limelda, or Limelda and Vanessa (the finale is...complicated).

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* The last scene of ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'' has two moons, one red and one blue, overlapping each other; this is [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic [[FauxSymbolism symbolic]] of either Margaret and Madlax, Madlax and Limelda, or Limelda and Vanessa (the finale is...complicated).



* At the end of ''Anime/PatemaInverted'' [[spoiler:the moon can be seen with a ring of orbital debris, likely from the gravity experiment in the back-story.]]

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* At the end of ''Anime/PatemaInverted'' [[spoiler:the moon can be seen with a ring of orbital debris, likely from the gravity experiment in the back-story.]]back-story]].



* In the Beethoven's Sixth Symphony portion of ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'', the crescent moon is used as a bow to fire off a star that lights the other stars in the sky.
** Justified in that the setting is mythological.
** The final section of Stravinsky's ''Rite of Spring'' segment is sandwiched between the formation of a total solar eclipse.

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* In the Beethoven's Sixth Symphony portion of ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'', the crescent moon is used as a bow to fire off a star that lights the other stars in the sky.
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sky. Justified in that the setting is mythological.
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mythological. The final section of Stravinsky's ''Rite of Spring'' segment is sandwiched between the formation of a total solar eclipse.



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', the Other World moon [[spoiler: is slowly being covered by the shadow of a button. When all of it is covered, everything outside the house disappears.]]
* Near the end of ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'', during the scene where the whale drops off Marlin and Dory at Sydney, Australia, when we see the whale swimming away, if you look very closely you can easily tell that the Moon appears as it would in a ''northern''-hemisphere sky: Tycho (the large crater on the Moon's southern hemisphere) is facing ''downwards''. In a southern-hemisphere sky, Tycho should be facing up.
** In another Pixar movie, ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'', the maria on the Moon are shaped like a car's headlights and grille, and its craters are shaped like tires.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', the Other World moon [[spoiler: is slowly being covered by the shadow of a button. When all of it is covered, everything outside the house disappears.]]
disappears]].
* ''Creator/{{Pixar}}''
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Near the end of ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'', during the scene where the whale drops off Marlin and Dory at Sydney, Australia, when we see the whale swimming away, if you look very closely you can easily tell that the Moon appears as it would in a ''northern''-hemisphere sky: Tycho (the large crater on the Moon's southern hemisphere) is facing ''downwards''. In a southern-hemisphere sky, Tycho should be facing up.
** In another Pixar movie, ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'', the maria on the Moon are shaped like a car's headlights and grille, and its craters are shaped like tires.tires.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', the protagonists visit a planet whose moon is split in half. ''Almost completely'' in half. And it has neither crumbled nor been pulled back together by gravity. Oh, and it's a plot point. It is [[RuleOfCool cool]], though.
* In ''Animation/TheReturnOfHanuman'', the moon is not shaped like a ball, but rather a crescent. Hanuman even pulls one of its edges, using it as a flashlight due to the moon's brightness.



* ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope'' has the Death Star. ThatsNoMoon, it's a giant armored battle station.
* Subverted in the film ''Film/BruceAlmighty'', where Bruce "pulls" the moon with a [[GodForADay divine]] "snare" to provide just the right setting for his romantic night. Later, we find that the sudden change in the gravitational pull of the moon [[NiceJobBreakingItHero caused floods in Japan]].

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* ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope'' has the Death Star. ThatsNoMoon, ThatsNoMoon; it's a giant armored battle station.
* Subverted in the film ''Film/BruceAlmighty'', where Bruce "pulls" the moon with a [[GodForADay divine]] "snare" to provide just the right setting for his romantic night. Later, we find that the sudden change in the gravitational pull of the moon [[NiceJobBreakingItHero caused floods in Japan]].



* In ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', the protagonists visit a planet whose moon is split in half. ''Almost completely'' in half. And it has neither crumbled nor been pulled back together by gravity. Oh, and it's a plot point. It is [[RuleOfCool cool]], though.
* In ''Animation/TheReturnOfHanuman'', the moon is not shaped like a ball, but rather a crescent. Hanuman even pulls one of its edges, using it as a flashlight due to the moon's brightness.



* The ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' universe has three moons, Solinari, Lunitari, and Nuitari, which are white, red, and black, corresponding with the [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience colors of good, neutral, and evil magic]] in the world. Nuitari is a particularly weird moon because only evil mages can see it, except when Nuitari passes in front of one or both of the other moons; also, Nuitari's position can be inferred when it blocks any of the stars.

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* The ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' universe has three moons, Solinari, Lunitari, and Nuitari, which are white, red, and black, corresponding with the [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience colors of good, neutral, and evil magic]] in the world. Nuitari is a particularly weird moon because only evil mages can see it, except when Nuitari passes in front of one or both of the other moons; also, Nuitari's position can be inferred when it blocks any of the stars.



** On Mirrodin, the terms "Moon" and "Sun" are used interchangeably, and with good reason. Though they orbit around the planet like moons, they are made of flaming balls of magic and supply the primary light source like suns. Oh, and the "stars" in Mirrodins sky are actually insects. That make rain. Mirrodin is not so much an example of a WeirdMoon and more a Weird Cosmos that happens to ''contain'' moons.

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** On Mirrodin, the terms "Moon" and "Sun" are used interchangeably, and with good reason. Though they orbit around the planet like moons, they are made of flaming balls of magic and supply the primary light source like suns. Oh, and the "stars" in Mirrodins sky are actually insects. That make rain. Mirrodin is not so much an example of a WeirdMoon and more a Weird Cosmos that happens to ''contain'' moons.



* In ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing: Wild World'' for the DS, the moon looks normal enough, but unlike the real thing, it rises and sets at the exact same time each day (with moonrise being early in the evening and moonset being after midnight (this is related to the confusion of moonrise and sunset mentioned near the top of the page)). Solar and lunar eclipses are unheard of in the game (the former because the sun is never visible on the game). This does not apply to the original ''Animal Crossing'', because the sky wasn't visible in that game (it featured a top-down view like that of a [=2D=] {{RPG}}). This does, however, apply to ''Animal Crossing: City Folk'' for the Wii.

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* In ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing: Wild World'' for the DS, the moon looks normal enough, but unlike the real thing, it rises and sets at the exact same time each day (with moonrise being early in the evening and moonset being after midnight (this is related to the confusion of moonrise and sunset mentioned near the top of the page)). Solar and lunar eclipses are unheard of in the game (the former because the sun is never visible on the game). This does not apply to the original ''Animal Crossing'', because the sky wasn't visible in that game (it featured a top-down view like that of a [=2D=] {{RPG}}).{{R|olePlayingGame}}PG). This does, however, apply to ''Animal Crossing: City Folk'' for the Wii.



* ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' has two moons, Grimace and Ronald. Well, it used to. Some years back, a comet hit and removed a chuck off of Grimace, which is now mini-moon named Hamburglar.
** Interestingly, if you look out the window while inside Spookyraven Manor, the night sky is dramatically different, with strange new constellations and a single moon, implied to be more closely based on the real-life night sky.

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' has two moons, Grimace and Ronald. Well, it used to. Some years back, a comet hit and removed a chuck off of Grimace, which is now mini-moon named Hamburglar.
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Hamburglar. Interestingly, if you look out the window while inside Spookyraven Manor, the night sky is dramatically different, with strange new constellations and a single moon, implied to be more closely based on the real-life night sky.



* The moon in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' is a strange one. While it looks pretty normal from Earth, there's a canyon running along the length of it and it revolves in about a minute.
* The moon of the Space Zone in ''{{Videogame/Super Mario Land 2|SixGoldenCoins}}''. Not only is it very much huge in the sky, and a pretty exaggerated crescent moon, it's apparently floating just above the ocean on the world map, and changes facial expression when a star smashes into its face.
* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', the Sand Spiral Galaxy has a moon as part of the level (with the end star on it), and in a rather blatant failing of physics, generates LIGHT.

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* The moon in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' is a strange one. While it looks pretty normal from Earth, there's a canyon running along the length of it and it revolves in about a minute.
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''Franchise/SuperMarioBros''
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The moon of the Space Zone in ''{{Videogame/Super Mario Land 2|SixGoldenCoins}}''. Not only is it very much huge in the sky, and a pretty exaggerated crescent moon, it's apparently floating just above the ocean on the world map, and changes facial expression when a star smashes into its face.
* ** In ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'', there's a section where Luigi visits an observatory. As he explores, the wall of the room is destroyed, revealing the night sky with a spherical moon. [[spoiler:Until Luigi has to fire a shooting star at it and walk along a path of light to the resulting hemisphere]].
** The moon in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' is a strange one. While it looks pretty normal from Earth, there's a canyon running along the length of it and it revolves in about a minute.
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In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', the Sand Spiral Galaxy has a moon as part of the level (with the end star on it), and in a rather blatant failing of physics, generates LIGHT.



* ''VideoGame/SkiesOfArcadia'' has ''six'' moons that supply Arcadia with [[GreenRocks Moon Stones]], which are the foundation of all magic and [[{{Magitek}} technology]] on the planet - each moon provides magic governing a different {{element|alPowers}}, so they're ColorCodedForYourConvenience.

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* ''VideoGame/SkiesOfArcadia'' has ''six'' moons that supply Arcadia with [[GreenRocks Moon Stones]], which are the foundation of all magic and [[{{Magitek}} technology]] on the planet - each moon provides magic governing a different {{element|alPowers}}, so they're ColorCodedForYourConvenience.ColourCodedForYourConvenience.



* ''VideoGame/TheDig'': The planet Cocytus has 2 moons (actually the smaller one is a satellite of the larger). In one puzzle, the protagonist discovers a planetarium-orrery with models of the planet and its moons, and by moving the models he makes the ''real'' moons move to create an eclipse. This is never explained but then again, we are talking about [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien Sufficiently Advanced Aliens]].

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* ''VideoGame/TheDig'': The planet Cocytus has 2 moons (actually the smaller one is a satellite of the larger). In one puzzle, the protagonist discovers a planetarium-orrery with models of the planet and its moons, and by moving the models he makes the ''real'' moons move to create an eclipse. This is never explained but then again, we are talking about [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien Sufficiently {{Sufficiently Advanced Aliens]].Alien}}s.



** The series has the twin moons Masser and Secunda. They are not typical sub-planetoids, but are in fact said to be the decaying remains ("flesh divinity") of the [[GodIsDead long-"dead" creator god]], Lorkhan, symbolizing how he was sundered during the creation of Mundus, the mortal plane. They, [[AlienSky like the rest of the cosmos]] in the ''Elder Scrolls'' series, are implied to look like as they do because [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm it is the best mortal minds can do to interpret it]]. The two moons go through technically impossible phases, stars are visible behind the dark parts when they're not full, and they are unaffected by the series' occasional RealityWarping {{Time Crash}}es, which allow their cycles to be used to determine the passage of time when [[RealityIsOutToLunch linear time is otherwise not applying]].

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** The series has the twin moons Masser and Secunda. They are not typical sub-planetoids, but are in fact said to be the decaying remains ("flesh divinity") of the [[GodIsDead long-"dead" creator god]], Lorkhan, symbolizing how he was sundered during the creation of Mundus, the mortal plane. They, [[AlienSky like the rest of the cosmos]] in the ''Elder Scrolls'' series, are implied to look like as they do because [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm it is the best mortal minds can do to interpret it]]. The two moons go through technically impossible phases, stars are visible behind the dark parts when they're not full, and they are unaffected by the series' occasional RealityWarping {{Reality Warp|er}}ing {{Time Crash}}es, which allow their cycles to be used to determine the passage of time when [[RealityIsOutToLunch linear time is otherwise not applying]].



* In ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'', there's a section where Luigi visits an observatory. As he explores, the wall of the room is destroyed, revealing the night sky with a spherical moon. [[spoiler:Until Luigi has to fire a shooting star at it and walk along a path of light to the resulting hemisphere]].



* One of the {{Running Gag}}s on the series ''WebVideo/{{Unskippable}}'' {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this in several games: to date, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIIDirgeOfCerebus'', ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga'', and (as seen in the page quote) ''VideoGame/Onimusha3DemonSiege''.

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* One of the {{Running Gag}}s on the series ''WebVideo/{{Unskippable}}'' {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this in several games: to date, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIIDirgeOfCerebus'', ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'', ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga'', and (as seen in the page quote) ''VideoGame/Onimusha3DemonSiege''.



* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation:'' [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1812 SCP-1812]] is what seems to be a small, yet tremendously dense asteroid orbiting Earth at just about 180 kilometers away, essentially acting as a second moon. The problem being, you won't perceive it, and it ''cannot'' affect you in any way or form, unless someone points it out to you, in which case you will be aware of how much the tides have risen, flooding so many coasts, and its light will let you see better at night. Or, going by the fact different individuals can perceive it at different places at once, it's some anomalous ''thing'' that doesn't actually exist, and when someone points it out to you it causes such severe delusions people drown on dry land, under tides that aren't real. The Foundation is completely uncertain if it exists or not, how the original finder managed to discover it when the only way to see it is for someone else to point it out, and why it is that the exact same measurements, with the exact same equipment, will give results backing the moon's existence when used by someone aware of it, and give entirely contradictory (AKA normal) results when used by anyone else. And one final phenomenon that backs neither possibility, and only serves to make the whole matter even stranger: The delusions are curable, in a GoneHorriblyRight way. Show an infected individual the extra illumination isn't real because the moon isn't real, and they will stop perceiving starlight wholesale, including sunlight. Convince an affected individual the supposed tides aren't real due to the same, and ''they'll start thinking water doesn't exist'', leading to death through dehydratation. The Foundation's containment procedures amount to making sure no one finds out about this moon, and possibly attempt to nuke the dubiously-existent rock into oblivion if more than 10% of the world learns of it.

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation:'' [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1812 SCP-1812]] is what seems to be a small, yet tremendously dense asteroid orbiting Earth at just about 180 kilometers away, essentially acting as a second moon. The problem being, you won't perceive it, and it ''cannot'' affect you in any way or form, unless someone points it out to you, in which case you will be aware of how much the tides have risen, flooding so many coasts, and its light will let you see better at night. Or, going by the fact different individuals can perceive it at different places at once, it's some anomalous ''thing'' that doesn't actually exist, and when someone points it out to you it causes such severe delusions people drown on dry land, under tides that aren't real. The Foundation is completely uncertain if it exists or not, how the original finder managed to discover it when the only way to see it is for someone else to point it out, and why it is that the exact same measurements, with the exact same equipment, will give results backing the moon's existence when used by someone aware of it, and give entirely contradictory (AKA normal) results when used by anyone else. And one final phenomenon that backs neither possibility, and only serves to make the whole matter even stranger: The delusions are curable, in a GoneHorriblyRight way. Show an infected individual the extra illumination isn't real because the moon isn't real, and they will stop perceiving starlight wholesale, including sunlight. Convince an affected individual the supposed tides aren't real due to the same, and ''they'll start thinking water doesn't exist'', leading to death through dehydratation.dehydration. The Foundation's containment procedures amount to making sure no one finds out about this moon, and possibly attempt to nuke the dubiously-existent rock into oblivion if more than 10% of the world learns of it.



* ''WesternAnimation/FanboyAndChumChum''. For the most blatant example, in "Fanboy in the Plastic Bubble" the titular bubble is popped by the crescent moon.
** There's also [[http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2766/4176380923_bc44778761_b.jpg the "Night Morning" title card]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/FanboyAndChumChum''. For the most blatant example, in "Fanboy in the Plastic Bubble" the titular bubble is popped by the crescent moon.
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moon. There's also [[http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2766/4176380923_bc44778761_b.jpg the "Night Morning" title card]].



* The recapper for ''Hell's Kitchen'' at Television Without Pity has noted that the series repeatedly features shots of a full moon when it cannot possibly be a full moon the entire time throughout the series run. Sometimes, a crescent moon is thrown in, apparently just for kicks.
* Yes it's surreal, but Van Gogh's "Starry Night" has the crescent extending too far around the moon's surface.

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* The recapper for ''Hell's Kitchen'' ''Series/HellsKitchen'' at Television Without Pity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity has noted that the series repeatedly features shots of a full moon when it cannot possibly be a full moon the entire time throughout the series run. Sometimes, a crescent moon is thrown in, apparently just for kicks.
* Yes it's surreal, but Van Gogh's Creator/VincentVanGogh's "Starry Night" has the crescent extending too far around the moon's surface.
27th Jul '17 11:22:01 AM BeerBaron
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** The series has the twin moons Masser and Secunda. They are not typical sub-planetoids, but are in fact said to be the decaying remains of the [[GodIsDead long-dead creator god]], Lorkhan, symbolizing how he was sundered during the creation of Nirn. They, [[AlienSky like the rest of the cosmos]] in the ''Elder Scrolls' series, are implied to look like as they do because [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm it is the best our mortal minds can do to interpret it]]. The two moons go through technically impossible phases and are unaffected by the series' occasional RealityWarping {{Time Crash}}es, which allow their cycles to be used to determine the passage of time when linear time is otherwise not applying.

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** The series has the twin moons Masser and Secunda. They are not typical sub-planetoids, but are in fact said to be the decaying remains ("flesh divinity") of the [[GodIsDead long-dead long-"dead" creator god]], Lorkhan, symbolizing how he was sundered during the creation of Nirn. Mundus, the mortal plane. They, [[AlienSky like the rest of the cosmos]] in the ''Elder Scrolls' Scrolls'' series, are implied to look like as they do because [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm it is the best our mortal minds can do to interpret it]]. The two moons go through technically impossible phases phases, stars are visible behind the dark parts when they're not full, and they are unaffected by the series' occasional RealityWarping {{Time Crash}}es, which allow their cycles to be used to determine the passage of time when [[RealityIsOutToLunch linear time is otherwise not applying.applying]].
2nd Jun '17 11:02:00 PM Lopiny
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation:'' [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1812 SCP-1812]] is what seems to be a small, yet tremendously dense asteroid orbiting Earth at just about 180 kilometers away, essentially acting as a second moon. The problem being, you won't perceive it, and it ''cannot'' affect you in any way or form, unless someone points it out to you, in which case you will be aware of how much the tides have risen, flooding so many coasts, and its light will let you see better at night. Or, going by the fact different individuals can perceive it at different places at once, it's some anomalous ''thing'' that doesn't actually exist, and when someone points it out to you it causes such severe delusions people drown on dry land, under tides that aren't real. The Foundation is completely uncertain if it exists or not, how the original finder managed to discover it when the only way to see it is for someone else to point it out, and why it is that the exact same measurements, with the exact same equipment, will give results backing the moon's existence when used by someone aware of it, and give entirely contradictory (AKA normal) results when used by anyone else. And one final phenomenon that backs neither possibility, and only serves to make the whole matter even stranger: The delusions are curable, in a GoneHorriblyRight way. Show an infected individual the extra illumination isn't real because the moon isn't real, and they will stop perceiving starlight wholesale, including sunlight. Convince an affected individual the supposed tides aren't real due to the same, and ''they'll start thinking water doesn't exist'', leading to death through dehydratation. The Foundation's containment procedures amount to making sure no one finds out about this moon, and possibly attempt to nuke the dubiously-existent rock into oblivion if more than 10% of the world learns of it.
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