A moon must orbit a planet, or it isn't a moon, it's a
Every planet does not directly orbit the Moon.
The moon Phobos, along with the moon Deimos, orbit planet Mars.
The Planet orbit the sun the moon orbit the planet
No, Venus does not orbit a planet. It orbits a star, which is our Sun. It can not orbit a planet , if it did it would be a moon
Ariel is a moon of the planet Uranus.
The planet will orbit the sun, while moons orbit the planet.
A planet or moon orbits the Sun (or a planet) and then makes an orbit
Planets orbit the sun; moons orbit a 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.
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 orbit stars, not other planets. A planet-like object that orbits a planet is a moon.
A planet orbits a star. A moon orbits a planet or dwarf planet.
A planet has to be a certain sise and has an orbit a round a sun. A moon orbits a planet.
No, it orbits you. Of course! The moon orbits EARTH, our planet.