Does Miranda have any moons?
No. Miranda is itself a moon of Uranus. No known moon has a moon of its own.
William Herschel discovered the first two moons,Titania and Oberon, in 1787. The spherical moons were discovered in 1851 by William Lassell (Ariel and Umbriel) and in 1948 by Gerard Kuiper (Miranda). The remaining moons were discovered after 1985, either during the Voyager 2 mission or with the aid of advanced ground based telescopes. William Herschel discovered Titania and Oberon; William Lassell discovered Ariel and Umbriel; Gerard Kuiper discovered Miranda; the minor moons were discovered using…
There are 27 in total and mostly named after Shakespearian characters. They are in 3 concentric orbits of 13 inner moons, 5 Major moons and 9 irregular moons. The inner moons are Cordelia, Ophelia, Bianca, Cressida, Desdemona, Juliet, Portia, Rosalind and Cupid. The five major moons are Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania, and Oberon. The irregular moons are Francisco, Caliban, Ferdinand, Setebos, Prospero, Margaret, Sycorax, Stephano and Trinculo.
The eleventh of Uranus' moons is the world Miranda. Miranda is a very interesting world. It is made up half of rocky material, and half of ice. In one place Miranda has a huge cliff that is 5 km high. Miranda was discovered in 1948 by Kuiper. This icy world was named after a daughter of the magician Prospero in Shakespeare's The Tempest.