Simple question that might seem odd. Not going to get too specific but I am curious, more or less, as to what it would look like for a planet that had a moon (A habital one) which was in essence tidally-locked to the star of the system. In addition, just how probable/possible is that, really?
It orbits its planet as any satellite does but isn't tidally locked to it. Instead its spin in relation to its own orbit around the planet (and its own orbit of the sun) causes it to always have the same side facing the sun. I assume this would cause for habitual, essentially daily eclipses for the side in eternal day (Almost equating to its own equivalent of a "night") but I can't find what else that might entail.