Are there any moons in the Milky Way if so what are their names?
There are many moons in the Milky Way, that we know of and would be many more too, so it is impossible to give a list of names.
'Milky Way' is roughly translated from the latin 'Via Lactea'. As far as I can gather, there are hardly any alternative names for it.
No planets are similar but there is a moon. Titan, one of Jupiter's moons, is very similar to Earth.
No, Venus has no moons.
Mercury does not have any moons.
No Mercury does not have any moons.
No, they don't have specific names, they have letters and numbers put together.
it does not have any rings but does have two moons
Well, Earth (of course), Mars.. still trying to figure that out, & of course our moon can't, (or any other moons but one is slightly possible but only for a few days) our galaxy of course the Milky Way... & idk wat else!! :P
Any star that can be seen with the naked eye - and those are usually the ones that have proper names - is in our own galaxy, the Milky Way.
Venus, the 2nd planet from the sun, does not have any moons.
The Milky Way galaxy. Why should it be any different??
It is not any distance from it. Our solar system is in the Milky Way.
Mars does not have any rings but possesses two moons named Deimos and Phobos .
Earth is part of the Milky Way galaxy, so humans do live in the Milky Way. We could not live in any other part of it though.
The Milky Way can be seen at night from any place that is isolated and not affected by city lights.
There are no galaxies that look exactly like the Milky Way, however the Milky Way is a spiral galaxy and there are plenty that look just like it.
The Milky Way stretches through various constellations, so it does not belong to any one of them.
Earth is part of the Milky Way, so yes there is. As to whether there is any other life out there, we do not know.
Yes. For starters, there is water on planet Earth, and Earth is part of the Milky Way.
In astronomical terms, a satellite is any body that orbits another body. Planets are satellites of stars, and there are smaller "satellite galaxies" that border or orbit larger galaxies such as the Milky Way. The word moons refers to satellites of planets, dwarf planets, or asteroids. They are often called "natural satellites" to differentiate them from "artificial satellites" which are manmade devices in orbit around planets or moons.
Mercury has no moons. http://www.universetoday.com/guide-to-space/mercury/how-many-moons-does-mercury-have/ Merury has no moons along with venus. Mercury does not have any moons. In fact, Mercury and Venus are the only planets that don't.
Not in reality. But may someone went out of milky way through dreams
All of them. Any star you can see with the naked eye is within the Milky Way Galaxy.
No. The Milky Way is one huge Galaxy that we live in. Of corse, there is millions of other galaxies we have not found out about...
Earth has one moon (named 'Luna').
It appears milky because it's made from so many stars that from a distance, it looks milky. If you look at the Milky Way from somewhere where the sky is really dark, it looks like someone spilled glowing milk across the sky, and formed a little stream; that's why it is called the "milky way". There isn't any literal "milk" there. Check the link below for an excellent photo of the Milky Way.
The Milky Way Galaxy is not part of any galaxy. It is a galaxy unto itself. And it's our home galaxy.
No there is not any water on the neptune moons. The only possible way there could be water is if there was an atmosphere but there isn't.
No, they do not. There are three main pyramids in Giza, out of Cairo. Egypt has other pyramids, but they do not in any way resemble a map of the barred spiral galaxy that is our beloved Milky Way. The Milky Way contains roughly 400 billion stars.
The orbital plane of a stellar system can be oriented in any way in relation to the plane of the Milky Way Galaxy. Our solar system, for example, is almost perpendicular to the plane of the Milky Way Galaxy.
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On any clear dark night.
Anyone with normal eyesight can see the Milky on a dark clear night.
The ONLY galaxy in the "local milky way" is the Milky Way itself. If you're asking what the largest galaxy in the local group is, the Andromeda Galaxy is the largest by size but the Milky Way may be slightly larger by mass. It's definitely one of those two by any reasonable criterion, though.
Neither Mercury nor Venus has any moons. The Earth has the Moon, and Mars has two moons, Phobos and Deimos.
The oldest thing in the Milky Way is most likely an stars that are near the end of their lives or any extremly large objects that move so slowly that when they first appeared here they were unable to be moved out of the Milky Way.
Yes; many of the galaxies in the universe are shaped like the Milky Way galaxy, but many are not.
No one knows the answer to that because astronomers haven't been able to explore any other galaxies besides the Milky Way.
They don't find any galaxies. They stay in the Milky Way. If they left the Milky Way, Madeleine L'Engle doesn't say it in the book!
The Sun is not at the centre of any galaxy. Our galaxy is The Milky Way but we are [and as a result so is The Sun] a great distance from the centre of The Milky Way.
These are the basics. Our sun is the star at the center of our solar system. A solar system is made up of a star and any other objects connected to it by its gravity. Our sun has the standard eight planets along with their moons, and also countless other objects including asteroids and comets. Our galaxy, The Milky Way, is estimated to contain between 200 billion and 400 billion stars. Some of those stars… Read More
The Earth has one moon called Luna.
Both - Uranus has rings - and 27 moons ! See the related link to Wikipedia for a nice article on the planet's features.
The moon and the milky way are both astronomical objects which can be seen by looking at the night sky. Other than that, they do not have any particular connection.
any relation bettwen the milky way and orion
Yes. The Milky Way is the name we give to our galaxy. All the stars we can see are in our own galaxy, so all the constellations we see are part of the Milky Way. At certain parts of the night sky we can see a dusty pattern through the sky which most people call the Milky Way. However, it is just part of it, and every star we can see is part of the… Read More
The Milky Way is the name of our galaxy, and our galaxy contains billions - perhaps hundreds of billions - of stars. Our Sun is part of the Milky Way, so the eight planets of our solar system are in the Milky Way. Scientists have also discovered over 300 planets that orbit around other stars in our solar system, and it seems likely that there will be millions or billions of planets yet to be… Read More
Milky way could be a name of our galaxy.as we knew galaxy have had millions of planets..........so there could be a new planet could exist
Is the Milky way seen year-round in the dark night sky or does the sun get in the way in certain seasons?
The Milky Way can be seen in the night sky throughout the year. At any one point in time, at least part of the Milky Way will be visible in the night sky. The centre of the Milky Way can be best viewed from the southern hemisphere, and the outer arm (the Perseus Arm) is best seen from the northern hemisphere.
Yes, because Earth is in that galaxy.