She found that she could divide the moons equally among herself and her students, so that each person would have the same number of moons to study.

But her most brilliant student, Phil, suddenly suggested that the moons be broken up by families rather than individuals, so that people of the same family would work on a group of moons together. The only family relationships among these people were 3 distinct pairs of sisters. When the moons were divided along family lines, it was again possible to divide them so that each family group (each family group consisting of at least one person) got the same number of moons.

Before any study could commence, however, Pierre, another of Alice's students, decided not to study these moons, but to concentrate on the planet itself. With Pierre's decision, Alice at once dropped the division by family scheme, and divided the moons evenly among all the remaining people, including herself.

Two questions: What is the fewest number of students Alice could have had, and the fewest number of moons, to satisfy the requirements of this story ?