Does triton have any moons?
No. Triton is itself a moon of Neptune. No known moon has any moons of its own. It is believed that such an orbit would not be stable.
Neptune has 13 known moons. These are Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, Galatea, Larissa, Proteus, Triton, Nereid, Halimede, Sao, Laomedeia, Psamathe, Neso. However only one of them (Triton) is what a 5-year-old would recognize as a 'moon'. The mass of Triton accounts for 99.5% of the total mass orbiting Neptune making it far larger than any other natural satellites of Neptune. Also it is Neptune's only spheroidal moon, with the other moons being similar in appearance to…
Ganymede and Titan, which are moons of Jupiter and Saturn respectively, are larger than the planet Mercury. These are the only moons larger than any planets in our solar system. It is also worth noting that Jupiter's moons Callisto, Io, and Europa; Earth's moon; and Neptune's moon Triton are larger than Pluto, but Pluto is no longer considered a planet.
well first Triton is so close to neptune that neptunes gravity is pulling it closer and eventually Triton will explode and become a bright ring. And it is the only moon in the solar system that circles in a direction opposite to the planets rotation. The reason for nerieds erratic orbit is tritons backwards orbit. It disrupts many of the moons also