No. Saturn does. Wrong! Jupiter does have the most, with 63 moons. Saturn, as of 4th May 2005, has 46 moons.
Jupiter and Saturn have the most moons.
No, Jupiter has the most number of moons with 63 moons. Saturn is only the second with a number of 61 moons.
These 3 planets have the most moons: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus Jupiter - 63 Saturn - 61 Uranus - 22
Jupiter with 63 moonsSaturn with 61 moons
At this moment Jupiter has 63 moons and moonlets Saturn has 60
Yes, earlier people believed Jupiter did, but it is now known that Saturn has the most moons.
The planet with the most moons is JUPITER as it has 62 moons and then SATURN with 33 moons.
Jupiter and Saturn both have over 30 moons. Jupiter has the most moons at 63.
No. Both Saturn and Jupiter have more known moons (60+).
Saturn has 60 moons (at last count). Jupiter has 63 moons. There may be planets in other solar systems with more moons, but in our solar system, Saturn has the second most moons.
there are about 31 moons in Saturn. though Jupiter has got the most number of moons; at least 63.
Saturn has the most rings but Jupiter has the most satellites (moons) 63 known moons to date compered with 60 known moons of Saturn.
Jupiter does. It has 63 and Saturn has, as of 4th May 2005, 46 known moons.
Yes. Earlier people thought that Jupiter had the most moons, but they have now discovered that Saturn has 62 moon, the most of any planet.
Jupiter and Saturn have moons
Jupiter has 63 moons and Saturn has 60.
Jupiter has 63 moons.Saturn 62 moons with confirmed orbit's. I think Saturn has more moons as they are more moons yet to be found.
Jupiter and Saturn are the most massive planets in the solar system and so have the greatest gravitational effect.
Saturn has more moons than Venus. Saturn is second to Jupiter.
Jupiter has 66 moons, Saturn has 63, Uranus has 27, and Neptune has 13. This works out to a total of 169 moons.
Jupiter has 19 more moons around it than saturn.
A gas giant would have the most moons, seeing as Jupiter has 63 moons, and Saturn has 61 moons, both of which are gas giants.
62 known Jupiter moons to be exact.