As an alternate Earth, it makes sense that pretty much everything is inspired by Earth itself. Not just that, but primarily Earth as it used to be, because plate tectonics actually make Earth rather flexible. Its history is so diverse that it makes it easy for me to experiment with an idea of putting those past features into the present day.
The term “supermoon” actually means that the full or new moon has reached its perigee, or closest point of orbit, giving us the illusion that the moon has grown bigger. Despite that truth, the term used in the news headlines has a certain kind of appeal for an experiment. Even though our moon is the largest in proportion of its parent planet, it is not the largest moon period. Our gas giants — Jupiter and Saturn — have t