How many moons do each of the outer planets have?

2 Answers
Oct 27, 2015

Many more than you think.


The four outer planets have many moons due to their gravity. Jupiter has the most with 63. Saturn would be second with 62 but with several waiting for confirmation it may well be over 70. Uranus has much less (comparatively) at around 20 I think and Neptune has 13.

Nov 7, 2015

67- Jupiter, 62- Saturn, 27- Uranus, 14- Neptune


it is hard to know how many moons the outer planets have because year by year scientists discover more and more moons. These is the latest discovery. You can also check out for their names in this link: