Jupiter, on the other hand, has at least 16 moons. Imagine seeing that at night. Makes me very still and quiet to think about.
Here's Callisto: which might have salt water oceans
And Europa: The white is ice and the brown is uncovered rock. There might be water under all that ice, too.
And Saturn has many moons, too. Here is a composite:
Imagine sitting on your back porch, your favorite mug/glass of your favorite drink, staring at the night time sky to see 4, or 8, or even 16 moons in the sky. Lit against a back drop of billions and billions of stars. And somewhere in the background would be Earth.
You know, if this whole teaching thing doesn't work out I think I'll be an astronaut.