Venus is one of only two planets in the solar system to have no moons, the other being Mercury. As of 2014, there are 173 natural satellites known to be in orbit around planets in the solar system, mostly orbiting the ou... More »

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Venus does not have any moons, also called satellites. Mercury is another planet without any moons. However, all the other planets in the solar system do have satellites. While the Earth has one moon, outer planets like ... More »

Venus does not have any natural satellites (moons). Venus is a terrestrial planet, and it is the only planet besides Mercury that does not have any moons. More »

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Mercury and Venus are the two planets in the solar system without any moons. This is likely due to the close proximity of both planets to the sun. More »

Two planets, Venus and Mercury, are the only planets in the solar system that do not have any natural satellites or moons. Mercury, Venus, Mars and Earth are inner planets. More »

In this solar system, Mercury and Venus have no moons. Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system and only slightly larger than Earth's moon. It is the closest planet to the Sun. Venus is the second closest plane... More »

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Mercury and Venus are the two planets that have no moons. The other planets in the solar system have a combined total of 146 moons, with 27 more potential moons waiting for confirmation. More »