What Is the Definition of a Natural Satellite?

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A natural satellite is a celestial body orbiting a planet, dwarf planet, asteroid, or star of a larger size. The moon is the most familiar natural satellite.
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A natural satellite is a celestial body that orbits the planet, such as the moon orbiting the earth, dwarf planet, asteroid, or a star of a larger size. The moon is the most familiar natural satellite. However, there are other 240 moons in the solar system and 163 of them orbit the planets.
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