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Moons of the Planets

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.


0 Moons for Mercury


0 Moons for Venus


1 Moon of Earth


2 Moons of Mars


0 Moons for Dwarf Ceres


67 Moons of Jupiter (in order of size)

The first 4 moons listed, the Galilean moons, are viewable with binoculars and any telescope.


62 Moons of Saturn (in order of size)

The first 6 moons listed are viewable using a decent-sized telescope. Titan is viewable with binoculars.

S/2004 S13

S/2006 S1

S/2004 S17

S/2004 S12

S/2007 S3

S/2004 S7

S/2006 S3


27 Moons of Uranus (in order of size)

Titania can be viewed with a larger telescope.


14 Moons of Neptune (in order of size)

Triton is viewable using a good-sized telescope.


5 Moons of Dwarf Pluto


1 Moon of Dwarf Orcus


2 Moons of Dwarf Haumea


1 Moon of Dwarf Quaoar


0 Moons for Dwarf Makemake


0 Moons for Dwarf 2007 OR10


1 Moon of Dwarf Eris


0 Moons for Dwarf Sedna




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