Pluto. It has 5 moons.
Mars has 2,
Other dwarf planets around the same,
And Venus, Mercury, and Ceres, have none.
Mars has 2 moons
neither. Europa is not a planet, but one of Jupiters moons.
No. Mars, a terrestrial planet, has two small moons named Phobos and Deimos.
No. In a planet-moon pair the larger object is planet.
Terrestrial means on Earth so Earth is the only terrestrial planet This is incorrect, the first 4 planets are terrestrial as they are solidly bound planets. Pluto was also a terrestrial dwarf planet. Any planet can have moons but due to the gas giants having larger gravitational forces they have traditionally gathered more moons. Thusly, no.
There is a "pattern" relating to the size of a planet and the number of moons that it has. However, this cannot be used as a basis for determining how many moons a planet will have.Jupiter is the largest planet and has the most moons. Saturn is the second largest and has the second most moons, Uranus is the third largest and has the third most moons. So it looks easy, but fails with the terrestrial planets.Earth is the fifth largest but only has one moon, Venus the sixth largest doesn't have any moons. Whereas Mars has two moons but is the seventh largest.
The planet with the most moons in our solar system is Jupiter.
Oh no, it is the outer planets which have the most moons. Terrestrial planets such as Earth have relatively few moons.
The planet with the most moons is JUPITER as it has 62 moons and then SATURN with 33 moons.
Jupiter is the planet with the most moons with 39 moons.
Jupiter is the planet with the most moons. It has 63 confirmed moons.
Planet MERCURY is the most heavily cratered of the terrestrial planets.