natural satellite

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Natural satellites, or moons are celestial bodies made of rock or ice, that orbit around a larger host planet. Jupiter has the most natural satellites in the solar system, and it's satellite Ganymede is the largest natural satellite. The most famous natural satellite is Earth's satellite Luna, which is more commonly reffered to as The Moon.

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