Hello! I couldn’t help but envy the new sky and it’s setup, however, I noticed something odd with the suns rotation.
(The moon not actually rotating as it cycles the sky isn’t a big deal).
Unlike the Moon that follows from one side of the planet to the other in-game, the sun does not, I’m unsure if this is intentional or is a bug, I made a simple model mock-up to show my results.
I sat on the top of Mount Everust (Call it what you want) and watched the suns trajectory from where it rise and where it set, in the image below, the sun on the top right is the sun rising (Red is the suns trajectory) as you notice as it travels throughout the sky, it’s not directly EAST>WEST, but instead curves as it reaches the highest point in the sky, but then drops down as night falls, the Blue is the moon, which is lined up exactly where the sun sets, rises in the opposite direction (In Rust’s case, it’s rising in the south and falls in the north) and then the moon sets in the spot the sun set. Is there a reason why the sun curves almost a 30+ degree angle, yet the moon is stationary as normal? Or am I just crazy…