We can configure planets, any manner of available planets, rather easily. We can also configure moons, dry, dead, airless moons, for these planets. But is it possible to configure a moon for a planet that is not a dry, dead, airless hunk of rock? Let's say I want to put a planet right very near the "Goldilocks Zone" of a star (not too hot, not too cold), but only right near it. Now, I want to put a moon in orbit of that planet, but far enough from that planet to actually fall into that zone. Can I configure that Moon to be a Temperate Planet, even a very small one, instead of the standard-issue grey, dead ball of airless rock we call moons? If so, what's the trick? --- Something else that just came to mind, and this one might actually not be feasible, but I have to ask: Is it possible to Tidally Lock a planet or moon (so that one side is perpetually in daylight and the other perpetually in darkness? If not, can this be looked into as a future option?