Jupiter is the planet that has the most known moons in our solar system. There are at least 63 moons or moon-lets.
Jupiter has the most moons (and moonlets), with 63 confirmed moons.
Saturn is a close second with 61 confirmed moons, two unconfirmed moons, and possibly 150 “moonlets” more concealed within its rings.
It depends on what you consider a moon, but Jupiter has the most large moons that are undeniably moons.
In our solar system, Saturn possesses the most moons, with 61 confirmed moons as of 2009.
Jupiter has the most moons with a total of 63 including the 4 moons discovered by Galileo. Unless you count Saturn which has only 61 moons but has hundred of “moonlets” that orbit it.
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