Moons

Most of the planets in our Solar System have at least one moon orbiting around them. Moons are also known as natural satellites, meaning they are naturally formed astronomical objects, which orbit around a planet, or sometimes a dwarf planet. Of all the planets in only Mercury and Venus do not have any moons. To explore the rest of the moons in our Solar System explore the pages below.

Earth's Moon

Mars' Moons

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Jupiter's Moons

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Saturn's Moons

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Uranus' Moons

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Neptune's Moons

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