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Moons

Except for Mercury und Venus all planets in our solar system have moons, sometimes very much and very different ones.

1.  Earth
1.1  Moon

2.  Mars
2.1  Phobos
2.2  Deimos

3.  Jupiter
3.1  Metis
3.2  Adrastea
3.3  Amalthea
3.4  Thebe
3.5  Io
3.6  Europa
3.7  Ganymede
3.8  Callisto
3.9  Leda
3.10 Himalia
3.11 Lysithea
3.12 Elara
3.13 Ananke
3.14 Carme
3.15 Pasiphae
3.16 Callirrhoe
3.17 Sinope
3.18 All
Jupiter moons

  4.  Saturn
4.1  Pan
4.2  Daphnis
4.3  Atlas
4.4  Prometheus
4.5  Pandora
4.6  Epimetheus
4.7  Janus
4.8  Mimas
4.9  Methone
4.10 Anthe
4.11 Pallene
4.12 Enceladus
4.13 Tethys
4.14 Telesto
4.15 Calypso
4.16 Dione
4.17 Helene
4.18 Polydeuces
4.19 Rhea
4.20 Titan
4.21 Hyperion
4.22 Iapetus
4.23 Phoebe
4.24 Paaliaq
4.25 Ymir
4.26 All
Saturn moons

  5.  Uranus
5.1  Cordelia
5.2  Ophelia
5.3  Bianca
5.4  Cressida
5.5  Desdemona
5.6  Juliet
5.7  Portia
5.8  Rosalind
5.9  Belinda
5.10 Puck
5.11 Miranda
5.12 Ariel
5.13 Umbriel
5.14 Titania
5.15 Oberon
5.16 Caliban
5.17 Sycorax
5.18 All
Uranus moons

  6.  Neptune
6.1  Naiad
6.2  Thalassa
6.3  Despina
6.4  Galatea
6.5  Larissa
6.6  Proteus
6.7  Triton
6.8  Nereid
6.9  Psamathe
6.10 All
Neptune moons


7.  Pluto
7.1  Charon
7.2  Nix
7.3  Hydra
    The moons of Jupiter
Jupiter with its 4 large moons Io, Europa, Ganymed and Callisto (the Galilean Moons).
Graphic: Nasa

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