In the Earth, the sky is blue because the blue rays of the sun bounce off the gases in the atmosphere , making it look like blue light is coming from the sky. But on the moon, because there is no atmosphere , the sky looks black, even in the daytime . And because there is no atmosphere to protect the moon from the rocks that fall from outer space . These meteorites crash right into the moon and make wide, shallow holes called craters . The moon has thousands of them. Newer craters gradually wear away the older ones.
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Drizzt briefly sought out Thibbledorf Pwent when he learned that the battlerager had risen as a vampire but left him to face the sun as per Pwent's wish. He did however discover that he could summon Guenhwyvar again, though she appeared haggard, as if she had not rested. Focusing instead on a plan to change Entreri's moral outlook and distract Dahlia from her unexpected reunion with her son (whom she had thought dead for twenty years), he led his four allies to Port Llast and helped restore that city to a measure of its former glory. Travelling to Luskan, Ship Kurth persuaded Drizzt and his friends to travel by boat to Baldur's Gate but it was all a ploy by Bregan D'aerthe to get them out of Luskan as Tiago Baenre was coming to hunt and defeat Drizzt in combat. [ citation needed ]