Sedna has no moons.
Sedna has no known moons.
No it does not have moons or rings
Sedna is a dwarf planet. It is to far away to be one of plutos moons and is proved to orbit the sun
Not "a" Sedna; just "Sedna". Sedna is the Inuit goddess of the sea. Also, a dwarf planet named after this goddess.
No, Sedna is a planetoid.
No, Mercury does not have any moons.
sedna is red and Pluto is thought to be grey. Sedna is smaller then Pluto.
The Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Asteroid belt, Ceres (dwarf Planet inside the Asteroid belt) Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Start of Kuiper belt (Dwarf planets Pluto, 2003 EL, Eris and Sedna). Jupiter is the largest planet and it also has the most moons: 63 Saturn has 56 moons Uranus has 27 Neptune has 13 Mars has 2 Earth has 1 and venus and mercury have none. Dwarf planets. Pluto has 3 moons 2003 EL has 2 moons Eris has 1 moon Sedna has none as far as astrologists know. But Sedna has an orbit lasting 10,500 years and is the coldest known place in the solar system.
The density of Sedna is ≈2.0g/cm3
No. Sedna is currently classified as a planetoid.
Mercury does not have any moons.
No it does not have any moons.
Sedna was discovered on November 14, 2003.
sedna is hot, crusty, and shallow
There are only two large planets in the solar system with no moons: Mercury and Venus. There are also four dwarf planets, Ceres, Makemake, Snow White (2007 OR10), and Sedna, that have no moons, to our knowledge.
There is not a way to tell how many km are from the sun to Sedna. It is a long distence from the sun to Sedna.
no its doesnt have any moons. because its to hot for it but they consider the planets to be the suns moons
no venus does not have any rings or moons
does neptunes moons have any features
Mercury has no moons of any sort.
Mainly planets, which may have moons, but stars are also orbited by dwarf planets (like Pluto and Sedna), and space debris (like our asteroid belt).
No,ceres has no moons
Mercury has NO MOONS