From: New Earth
Not sure if this is intentional, but on planets with multiple moons they tend to orbit in opposite or awkward directions. While this is possible, based on our own solar systems orbit behavior it is extremely unlikely for a planet with multiple moons to have 1 moving a different direction than the other. Let alone 2 on the same planet, as my planet has 4 moons, 2 move left, the other 2 move right.
There should be an option when creating moons to select their orbiting path, the same goes for planets as well.
Also, the planetary rings imply that you are looking at the solar system from the side, when you are in fact viewing it from above. This is misleading when placing Moons, as i had originally placed Io and Europa directly onto Jupiter and then noticed that Io suddenly orbited UP, and Europa orbited DOWN. I said aloud What the ___!!