Which planet has the most natural satellites?
Planetary satellites (often called 'moons') are not to be confused with man-made satellites (such as weather and communications satellites) in orbit around the Earth. Planetary satellites are small bodies in orbit about a planet (actually the planet's system barycenter). Probably the best known planetary satellite is Earth's moon. Currently, we know of no satellites in orbit around Mercury or Venus. All the other planets have at least one known planetary satellite. (http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/?satellites)
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that a pretty weird question so far that we know, earth is the only planet with satelites and they certainly arnt natural, there made of metals and other things other planets might have satelights but the chance of us discovering them are a million to one