How many moons does each planet have?


All planets have at least one moon, except for Mercury and Venus, which have none. Earth has only one moon, Mars has two, Jupiter has 63 known moons, Saturn has 61, Uranus is orbited by 27 moons and Neptune has a total of 13 moons. Although Pluto is no longer considered a planet, we do know Pluto is orbited by 3 moons too. You can find more information here:
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Moons of the Solar System
1. Mercury has no moons.
2. Venus has no moons.
3. Earth has one moons.
4. Mars has two moons.
5. Jupiter has 64 moons.
6. Saturn has 62 moons.
7. Uranus has 27 moons.
8. Neptune has 13 moons.
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