Venus doesn't have moons?

  • That's correct. Venus has no natural satellites, or moons, orbiting around it. This contrasts with other planets in our solar system, such as Jupiter and Saturn, which have dozens of moons. The absence of moons around Venus is thought to be due to its proximity to the Sun and the effects of the Sun's gravity on the orbits of objects in its vicinity. However, Venus has several artificial satellites or probes sent by humans, such as the Magellan spacecraft, which has provided valuable information about the planet's surface and geology.

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