The Solar System's planets and officially recognised dwarf planets are known to
be orbited by ... Moons are classed in two separate categories according to their
orbits: regular moons, which ......
This pages lists the 182 moons of all the planets in our solar system. Every year
or so new moons are discovered for the outer planets.
We on Earth have just one moon, but some planets have dozens of them. Others
... Because Mercury is so close to the sun and its gravity, it wouldn't be able to
hold on to its own moon. ... Jupiter has 14, Saturn has nine, and Neptune has one
As of October 2008, there are 181 known natural moons orbiting planets in our
Solar System. 173 moons orbit the "full-size" planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth,
Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, ..... Last modified October 9, 2008 by Randy
Jan 22, 2016 ... There used to be nine planets. ... virtually no atmosphere to absorb meteor
impacts, so its surface is pockmarked with craters, just like the moon.
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Asked on October 9, 2011 at 4:00 PM by enotes. like 9 dislike 1 ... Here is the lest
of moons that each planets have. Mercury = None. Venus = None. Earth = one ....
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It takes about 88 Earth days to orbit the Sun but rotates on its axis once every 59
Earth days. .... The surface of Venus from Venera 9 October 20th 1975. ... The
Moon is 3,474km in diameter (27% that of Earth) and orbits at a distance of
Other civilizations have named it for their god or goddess of love/war. ... The
names of the moons of Mars and the English translations of the names were
specifically .... December 9, 2001, Mauna Kea, S.S. Sheppard, D.C. Jewitt and J.