Answer & Explanation
Jupiter has 67 natural satellites. Eight of Jupiter's moons are regular satellites, with 4 large, spherical moons, and 4 smaller moons that orbit closer to Jupiter. Jupiter has an additional 55 tiny irregular satellites.
The planet with the second highest number of moons is Saturn, with 61 moons.
Earth has only one natural satellite i.e, Moon.
Mercury and Venus have no satellites.