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Planet screenshot.[edit source]

For some reason it messed the page up when I added it so now I have removed it. See the previous version through history to figure out what I mean. Also, here is the code I used to add the image, which is no different from the code I have used on Mavigon for example.

{{PlanetSnapshot|image=LunaScreenshot.jpg|position=right|width=200px|caption=Luna's surface}}
The problem was that there was already a second float box for the Colony description. The new snapshot float occurred after the Colony in the flow, so it was laid out float:right against it rather than the earlier Planet float box. I've reversed them in the flow: now the markup is ugly, but it renders as desired. Tonguesmiley.gif -- DRY 05:08, 26 July 2008 (UTC)
Ah I get it now. Many thanks ;) Darkdrium 17:04, 27 July 2008 (UTC)

Song?[edit source]

I've never noticed it... -Skarmory The PG 18:14, 13 November 2008 (UTC)

There are some moans, similiar to what whales do. Even thou there is no atmosphere on Luna. So how the hell that sound was transfered... Rachni? On Luna? Wait, OH SHI~...

That Rachni song is extremely creepy. Being on a desolate chunk of rock and hearing that echoing is a real mood-setter, physics aside. --Davehoekst 23:18, February 26, 2010 (UTC)

I know this is old but I'm explaining a logical option: In Mass Effect people use auditory emulators to simulate sound in vacuum, or in low-sound enviroments (as Cortez mentions in ME3 on Tuchanka on the mission with a really big gun firing into orbit). This causes the wind sound and probably the rachni song but the rachni are mentioned to ¨long-distance communication with no time-lag¨ by Traynor and in ME1 the queen is trapped on Noveria so it might be singing and the auditory emulator, or the actual suit comms, might be receiving that song and playing it. --Theh5 (talk) 12:49, August 13, 2017 (UTC)

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