Number of Moons in Each Planet?


The number of moons each planet has varies from none to 63. The planets Mercury and Venus don't have any, earth has one, and Mars has 2. Jupiter has 63, Saturn has 61, Uranus has 32, and Neptune has 18 moons.
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Mercury-0. Venus-0. Earth-1. Mars-2. Jupiter-63 found to date. Saturn-60 found to date. Uranus-27 found to date. Neptune-13 found to date. Pluto-3 found to date.
Mercury - 0. Venus - 0. Earth - 1. Mars - 2. Jupiter - 63. Saturn - 61. Uranus
There are eight Moon phases: new moon, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, last quarter and waning crescent. However, it is not as simple as
From the Encyclopaedia Britannica online (academic edition) Uranus - 27. Jupiter - 63. Sun - 0. Saturn - 60. Mercury - 0. Mars - 2. Earth - 1. Neptune - 13. Pluto - 3. Venus - 0.
1 Additional Answer Answer for: how many moons does each planet have
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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