For example, hot land temperatures next to cold ocean temperatures will create a stronger sea breeze than land temperatures that are only a little bit warmer than the ocean temperatures. So during the afternoon when the temperatures differences are normally at their highest, the sea breeze will normally be at its strongest, bringing relief from the heat to beachgoers.
mercury: no moons
venus: no moons
earth: 1 moon
mars: 2 moons, phobos, deimos
jupiter: 67 moons, some of which do not yet have proper names. the most famous are the galilean moons, io, europa, ganymede and callisto.
saturn: 62 moons, some of which do not yet have proper names. the most famous, by far, is titan, which is significantly more massive than any other saturnian moon.
uranus: 27 moons, all of which are named after characters in the works of shakespeare and alexander pope. five are well known; titania, oberon, miranda, ariel, umbriel
neptune: 14 moons, the most massive by far being triton.
while pluto, eris, haumea, orcus and quaoar are considered dwarf planets, they nevertheless have moons.
pluto: 5 moons, charon, nix, hydra, kerberos, styx
eris: 1 moon, dysnomia
haumea: 2 moons, hi'iaka, namaka
orcus: 1 moon, vanth
quaoar: 1 moon, weywot
any order? ha? at any order?