Daera is orbited by three moons. The closest - and largest - is named Rama. It operates on a 30 day cycle, and each of the world’s 12 months matches one of Rama’s cycles. Long ago, an extraordinarily powerful and anal-retentive wizard cabal set Daera and Rama into equilibrium so that the calendar could be nice and neat. Rama's orbit shows no signs of decay.
The two smaller moons are Medro and Loi. Medro is roughly 1/10 the mass of Rama and orbits much farther out. Loi is about ¾ the mass of Medro and orbits from pole to pole, instead of around the equator. Medro is slightly red in color, Loi is slightly green. Both are too small and distant to have any more than the most cursory sway over the tides. Tiny and distant, Loi’s transpolar orbit makes it a noted anomaly in the cosmos and has led to heated debates among the gnomish boffins who study such things.
There is no known life on any of the moons, and no creatures are known to have visited them.