No, it orbits you. Of course! The moon orbits EARTH, our planet.
A planet is in direct orbit around a central star, while a moon is in orbit around a large body (a planet) rather than in a direct orbit around a star. The moon orbits the planet, while the planet orbits the sun.
No, a moon is a natuaral satellite and would always be in orbit around a planet. If it did'nt orbit the planet it would fall into the planet.
The planet and the moon(s) gravitational pull
A planet in an orbit greater than any of the others.An object in orbit around a single planet is a moon or satellite of that planet.
No. The moon is not a planet; it is a moon. If it had its own orbit around the sun it would be considered a terrestrial planet.
Planets are in a direct orbit around the sun, while moons are in a direct orbit around a planet, while orbiting the sun.Planets are in direct orbit around the sun. A moon is in orbit around a planet, so is not in a direct orbit around the sun.
A moon must orbit a planet, or it isn't a moon, it's a planet.
The moon orbits the planet Earth rather than the sun, so it is considered a moon.
Every planet does not directly orbit the Moon.