We on Earth have just one moon, but some planets have dozens of them. Any moon would most likely crash into Mercury or maybe go into orbit around the. Mercury: no moons. Venus: no moons. Earth: 1 moon. Mars: 2 moons, Phobos, Deimos. Jupiter: 67 moons, some of which do not yet have proper names. Orcus and Quaoar are considered dwarf planets, they nevertheless have moons. Mercury: no moons Venus: no moons Earth: 1 moon Mars: 2 moons, Phobos, Deimos Jupiter: 67 moons, some of which do not yet have proper names. The most.
List of all moons orbiting planets in the solar system: Jupiter=79, Saturn=67, Mercury is too close to the Sun to hold on to a moon. Venus Moons = 0. Venus may have had a moon in the distant past, which collided with another object and . Virtually every planet in the Solar System has moons. Earth has The Moon, Mars has Phobos and Deimos, and Jupiter and Saturn have 67 and. However, over minor-planet moons have also been observed in the The planets of the Inner Solar system – Mercury, Venus, Earth and.
As of October , there are known natural moons orbiting planets in our Solar System. moons orbit the "full-size" planets (Mercury.