Impossible Domain?


Moons orbiting planets orbiting a single Red Sun
In a figure of eight motion, just to add fun
Nowhere near half of the Moons can be seen
But something is forming, if you see what I mean

Is it all random? A pure act of chance
Cobbled together by happenstance?
Are the planets the clue, with their Moons all in tow?
Or do the Moons AND the planets make up this show?

2 thoughts on “Impossible Domain?

  1. Beware of Roche’s limit when assembling your moons!!! 🙂 ❤

    Roche limit, in astronomy, the minimum distance to which a large satellite can approach its primary body without tidal forces overcoming the internal gravity holding the satellite together. If the satellite and the primary body are of similar composition, the theoretical limit is about 2 1/2 times the radius of the larger body. The rings of Saturn lie inside Saturn’s Roche limit and may be the debris of a demolished moon. The limit was first calculated by the French astronomer Édouard Roche (1820–1883). Artificial satellites are too small to develop substantial tidal stresses.

    Blessed Be!!! 🙂 ❤

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    1. I knew there was some kind of law surrounding the number of moons, Prenin, although I never knew it was called the Roche Limit. Or maybe I did and I’d forgotten. However, this Impossible Domain was so named because of the law I knew nothing about.
      It’s also based on the Fibonacci sequence of numbers (although some of the moons may be slightly hidden!) 😀

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