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  • If Secunda orbits Masser, is Nirn considered to have two moons or just one moon that also happens to have its own moon? This has actually been subject to discussion before with me but I'm not sure exactly how it would go. 

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    • Well, technically it has one moon, but saying it has two moons would be like saying the sun has all the moons in the solar system. I have a feeling Masser and Nirn orbit each other and Secunda orbits Masser. If not then Masser orbits Nirn. But theoretically the latter wouldn't work due to the size of Masser and Nirn. In Oblivion they recolored mars, that leads me to believe it's near the size, and Nirn is approximately the size of earth (Take lore into consideration not gameplay.) So the binary planet system may be possible and beautiful.

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