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Are the 2 moons of Mars bigger than Mars or smaller than Mars?


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Answered 2012-11-09 10:16:55

Smaller. Much smaller.

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The moons of Mars are actually quite small, smaller than any of the known moons of Neptune. It is possible that further observation of Neptune will reveal additional, smaller moons, but at present, the smallest moon of Neptune is over twice the size of the larger of Mars' moons.


No there are no moons in the solar system bigger than Mars. Ganymede and Titan are the only moons in the solar system that are bigger than Mercury but not Mars.


No. All of the known moons of Neptune are larger than the moons of Mars.


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No. Mars is bigger than Pluto.


The answer for this question is Phobos. Phobos is bigger than Deimos. Phobos and Deimos are the moons on Mars.


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Both Earth's moon and Mercury are larger than Pluto yet smaller than Mars.


Earth only has one moon. It is far larger than the moons of Mars. If our moon had its own orbit around the sun it would be considered a planet. If Mars' moons had their own orbits they would merely be asteroids.


Our Moon is generally rated at the large end of the scale.Most planetary moons (such as those around Mars) are smaller than ours. To find any moons bigger than ours, you generally have to go to Jupiter or Saturn, where you will find the biggest moons in the system like Ganymede, Callisto, and Titan.


Earth is bigger than mars because its the biggest inner planet out of all four inner planets.


Mars' moons are much smaller than, for example, Earth's Moon, or the larger moons of Jupiter. A large moon will have a larger gravity, which will tend to pull the moon together into a spherical shape.


Smaller, because Mars is less massive and less dense than Earth.


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Larger planets have a bigger gravitational pull, so the moons go to them..making the bigger planets have a lot..and the smaller planets have a weak gravitational pull, making a small amount of moon go to them..THE BIGGER GRAVITATIONAL PULL THE MORE MOONS-


Mercury is smaller than Mars. While Mars has two moons orbiting it, Mercury has none. Mercury has a hotter surface temperature than Mars due to the fact that it is closer to the Sun.


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