Phobos & Deimos
Phobos and Deimos orbit the red planet Mars, represented on this Orrery by a copper ball, every 7.66 hours and 30.35 hours respectively.
Those speed are to great to replicate on an Orrery that moves five Earth days per turn of the handle and so they have been slowed. Their pace is kept relative to one another.
Earth & Moon
The Lapis Earth has an axial tilt of 23.5 degrees and rotates about that axis 365.24 days per year.
The Moon rises above the ecliptic and then falls as it orbits the Earth. The moon's tidal lock is represented here by use of a magnet causing the same face to always be directed towards the Earth.