Notes: The satellites of each body are listed beneath it. New moons are continually being reported in orbit of the outer planets, but I've only listed those that have been recognized and officially named. In addition to their moons, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all orbited by diffuse rings, though only Saturn's rings are easily observable. Asteroids are dispersed throughout the solar system; they're not all confined to the main belt, though most are. Comets usually remain in the Oort cloud and Kuiper belt, with a few notable exceptions (such as Halley's Comet).
The Solar System
the Asteroid Belt: a few asteroids are Ceres, Pallas, Eros, Juno, Vesta, and Ida
the Kuiper belt
the Oort Cloud
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