Moons are natural satellites that orbit planets. Draw in by the gravity of the planet, there can be many of these celestial bodies orbiting one planet. The Moon is Earth’s only natural satellite, Jupiter has 79 moons, Saturn 62, the largest being Titan. Humans first Moon landing was in 1959 and the first steps were taken on the Moon in 1969. There have been 198 moons observed in the Solar System but this is always increasing, only recently 12 new moons were discovered orbiting Jupiter.