There is one moon and by the way the earth is flat.
Face it, the answer is 7 moons.
The earth either has one, two, seven, or somewhat around that moons. It has quite a lot of satellites, and it depends what you mean by "moon". Like whether you judge it by it's size, the ratio to the body it is orbiting, or the fact that is is orbiting something. It probably isn't one, as a snail can have thousands of teeth. You just need to find them. (Giant African snails really do have thousands of teeth, but I'm not sure about their smaller cousins.)
The one we see at night is the only one the earth has.
Either 7 or 8 ... One may not be classed as a moon
Earth only has 1 moon - the one you can see at night!!!
Well when I look in the sky I usually see just the one.
The earth is the planet with one moon. This is one of the larger natural satellites with a known diameter of approximately 2160 miles.
It is being said that the earth has the only moon that is so near to us that many different aspects and details of its surface can be seen and observed through the use of telescope. Now a day’s research also reveals that it might be a possibility that Earth once use to have two moons.
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