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Answered 2012-03-13 17:13:02

Our moon is not in the asteroid belt. No planet's moon is in the asteroid belt or it would not be a moon.


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The asteroid belt does not have moons: it has asteroids, which is why it is called the asteroid belt! it has about 300 moons!

I think you will find that asteroids do not have moons.

The asteroid belt orbits the Sun. Phobos and Deimos the moons of Mars orbit Mars.

Yes, some asteroids in the Asteroid Belt have moons.

It is not an asteroid belt, it is a ring, This ring is composed of gases, icy rocks and rocks, these rings are possible because, it was carried by the Saturn's moons. Saturn now has 64 moons that is possible for making ring of saturn

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No. Ceres is a dwarf planet that orbits in the asteroid belt.

About 300 moons. Comment: The question may mean the moons of asteroids. If so, there are not many we know about, but there are definitely some, eg. the moon Dactyl.

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Mars is not in the asteroid belt. The Asteroid Belt is between Mars and Jupiter.

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It can get as cold as it can. The farther the planet with an asteroid belt is from the sun, the colder the asteroid belt gets :)

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The asteroid belt does not have an atmosphere.

No. Saturn is beyond the asteroid belt.

The asteroid belt is not in Jupiter.

Venus is not in any asteroid belt.

The main asteroid belt is actually called the asteroid belt - pretty dull really.

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The asteroid belt (many of Jupiter's smaller moons are captured asteroids).

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