No, besides Mercury, the planet Venus also has no moons. These are the two planets closer to the Sun than the Earth.
Except for Mercury and Venus, every planet has at least one natural moon.
All of the planets in the Solar System except for Mercury and Venus have at least one moon.
All of the planets except Mercury and Venus, which have no moons, have at least one moon that lacks an atmosphere.
I'm pretty sure all of them.Answer:All of the planets in the Solar System except for Mercury and Venus have at least one moon.
Earth has just one moon. All the other planets except Mercury and Venus have moons.
The planet with the least mass and smallest is Mercury. The planet with the lowest density is Saturn
Mercury is the smallest and the least massive planet, out of the eight in our solar system.
Earth has one moon. The rest have more than one moon, except for Mercury and Venus which have no moons.
The Smallest planet is Mercury (but it is the second most dense planet after Earth). The least dense planet is Saturn.
Mercury is the least massive of all the planets. The least massive planet is Mercury (0.055 Earths). However, the planet with the weakest gravity is Mars. I am of course not treating Pluto as a Planet (as it is no longer categorized as a planet), if I were to count Pluto then it would be the least massive ( 0.0021 Earths).
mercury has no moons or no rings and it is impossible to live there
No doubt about it. The planet with almost a nonexistent atmosphere is Mercury.
Mercury or Mars.
Mercury and Venus with no moons.
Mercury or Mars.
Mercury. Although it has a high density, it's the smallest planet and least massive overall.
earthAll eight planets have at least one moon, except for Venus and Mercury. Some planets have many moons, over 60 for Jupiter and Saturn.