All of the planets in the Solar System except for Mercury and Venus have at least one moon.
The planets Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune all have one or more moons.
Of the inner planets, Earth has one moon and Mars has two.
planet earth has 1 moon
a planet is much larger than a moon. sometimes a planet can have many moons but a moon can only have 1 planet. the moon orbits the planet but the planet orbits a star (such as the sun) ect.
Earth has one moon.
The only planet with one moon is planet Earth. Pluto has a twin, Charon which is considered a moon, however Pluto is no longer considered a planet.
Except for Mercury and Venus, every planet has at least one natural moon.
If you are asking what planet has the least days in a full trip around the sun, it would be the planet Mercury, the moon has the least days in a trip with 29, however it is not counted as a planet.
mercury has no moons or no rings and it is impossible to live there
none of them have more than 1 moon
I'm pretty sure all of them.Answer:All of the planets in the Solar System except for Mercury and Venus have at least one moon.
Earth is the only planet known to have only 1 moon.
Earth has one moon. The rest have more than one moon, except for Mercury and Venus which have no moons.
No, Venus has no confirmed moon also. All of the other planets have at least one moon though.
Every planet in our solar system with the exception of Mercury and Venus have at least 1 satellite.
Only Earth has exactly one moon.
All of the planets except Mercury and Venus, which have no moons, have at least one moon that lacks an atmosphere.
No. Venus and Mercury are the only planets in the solar system without at least one moon.
No. With the exception of Mercury and Venus all the planets have at least one moon.
Niether. The moon is a moon, not a planet. It orbits Earth, which is an inner planet.
Mercury and Venus have no moons. Earth has one. Mars has two.
The only planet that has one moon is The Earth - and it's far from being tiny.You're probably thinking of the dwarf planet Eris which has a small moon Dysnomia.