Re: I'm not surprised
LOL! Makes me think of Moonbase Alpha....
Maybe the chafing film producers just got a new spin from you to start their re-imagined Space: 1999. Maybe in this case, descendants abandoned the Moon and moved on to a planet the Moon gravitated toward, but then the Moon disintegrated after most of the transfer is finished...
IIRC, a similar revival idea is out there, on Youtube...
Of course, by this point, I'm re-reading your post about the atmosphere being immensely thick.
It would be interesting to find nomad planets without any tidal-lock effects but having oceans and vegetation on spectral scans/images. Even without any signs of more than vegetation, that would be an IMMENSELY profound catalyst for rethinking science as we know it.
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