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  • The Moons of our Solar System

    1. This is the third largest of Jupiter's moons and is large, rocky, and volcanically active.
    Thebe
    Io
    Ganymede
    Leda

    2. The biggest moon of Uranus, it is covered by many small craters, huge impact basin ice cliffs, and fault lines.
    Titania
    Umbriel
    Oberon
    Ariel

    3. This moon, which is lacking a round shape, is Neptune's second largest moon.
    Triton
    Larissa
    Galatea
    Proteus

    4. These two planets in our solar system do not have any moons.
    Mercury and Pluto
    Venus and Pluto
    Mercury and Venus
    Mars and Venus

    5. This is the smallest known moon in our solar system, belonging to Mars.
    Deimos
    Rhea
    Phobos
    Io

    6. The largest of Neptune's moons is believed to not have formed around Neptune but rather was captured by Neptune's gravity.
    Nereid
    Larissa
    Naiad
    Triton

    7. This icy outer moon, scarred with impact craters and many parallel faults, is Jupiter's largest moon.
    Callisto
    Ganymede
    Europa
    Io

    8. This is the only moon in which the details of its surface can be seen through a telescope from Earth.
    Earth's Moon
    Ganymede
    Titania
    Triton

    9. This moon is closest in size to its planet, Pluto.
    Umbriel
    Proteus
    Charon
    Ophelia

    10. This is the darkest moon of Uranus.
    Ariel
    Titania
    Miranda
    Umbriel

     
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