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It is quite astonishing to realize that the luminary of Obscure nights is apparently identical to the one that graces our own sky. Some have concluded that it is the same celestial body, and is in fact a Passage point 1). Michel Ardan had even calculated the force necessary to send an inhabited projectile that far 2), and Wappendorf was probably inspired by his work when he conceived the concept of the Celestial Bullet 3). The moon also seems the place where beautiful white horses live 4).