I've already asked a similar question but i'd like more details.
This moon would be orbiting around a saturn like planet without rings. The host planet would be located in the habitable zone, allowing few of its moon to sustain life.
The moon would be 12000 kilometers wide, so it is big enough to have its own small magnetosphere. Thanks to that, it can orbit far away from its host planet.
I now want this moon to have a tilted orbit in such a way that when it orbits around the host planet, it will always receive light from the star because the light won't be blocked by the host planet when the moon is behind it.
Now I would like the moon to be non tidally locked so that it takes a few month to orbit around the host planet, but it would rotate on itself like earth would do in 24 hours, to have a day and night system.
how can this moon be non tidally locked? how can it be stable? I don't want the planet to be at the beginning non tidally locked and then become tidally locked after a certain amount of time, like normal moons would do. Phoebes or hyperion also are non tidally locked moons, but they are located far enough from saturn and are very small, therefore, my moon is 12000km wide!
How could it be a stable non tidally locked moon, that would rotate on itself in 24 hours? can it be caused by an asteroid that is orbiting around the moon and that's dragging it, causing it's rotation? Or a nearby other moon that is pulling the moon with it and causing also it's rotation?
I don't know how a moon like this could be stable and complete all these criterias so I would like a solution and details. Thank you!