The spectacle is often more beautiful and interesting than one would think. During the time that the moon is entering into and later emerging from out of the Earth’s shadow, secondary phenomena may be overlooked.
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this is more than just a game. First, this simulation helps individuals understand the mechanics that govern orbital physics, and it also helps users better understand the fate of our own solar system. In the game, some planets will revolve many, many times and seem stable; however, if you look closely, you can see that their orbits slightly increase or decrease, eventually causing them to bump into other objects. This is a process that, in many ways, mimics our own solar system; however, because we are here for such a short time-span (we get 120 year at best), it often seems that our region of the cosmos is steady and unchanging. But it is far from it. Over the course of its 4.6 billion year life, our solar system has changed dramatically. Even today our seemingly docile neighborhood is filled with rogue objects that can throw everything into chaos (think asteroids, comets, meteors, and so on). In fact, in the near future (astronomically speaking), Mars’ moon Phobos is going to careen into the surface of its host planet and be obliterated.
With this in mind, the game ultimately helps users remember that our universe is in flux and constantly changing, with new objects continually being added and removed.