A celestial body which revolves round the Sun and receives heat and light from it is called _____.

A. Planet

B. Orion

C. Satellite

D. Star

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  1. What is the name of 'brightest Planet'?
  2. Planet with maximum satellites is _____.
  3. The axis of Mars la inclined at an angle of
  4. The rate of rotation of the Earth on its axis is the highest on which of the following date?
  5. Polar circumference of the Earth is
  6. An ancient star that has collapsed matter so dense that It creates gravitational force so powerful that…
  7. All asteroids collectively revolve around the
  8. What is the average radius of the Earth?
  9. Largest satellite in Solar System is ____.
  10. How much Is the average distance of the Sun from the Earth?
  11. From west to east, what are the three main island groups in the Pacific called?
  12. What is the shape of our galaxy 'Milky Way'?
  13. A celestial body consisting of a gaseous cloud enveloping a bright nucleus moving around the Sun in…
  14. Which of the following statements best describes longitudes?
  15. Sunspots are
  16. Planet nearest to the earth is _____.
  17. A meteor is
  18. What is the most accurate description of the shape of the earth?
  19. What is the unit of measurement of distance between celestial bodies?
  20. What are the Pleides?
  21. Oldest object in the Solar System is __.
  22. A Light Year measures
  23. Which of the following statements prove(s) that the earth Is spherical?The Sun rises and sets at different…
  24. Which of the following is not an astronomical object?
  25. On the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere which of the hollowing latitudes will have the longest…
  26. What is a narrow waterway separating two bits of land called?
  27. How many satellites does the largest planet have?
  28. How many of the following statements are true?1. Mean Solar Day is greater than Sidereal Day approximately…
  29. The Sun contains over ___of the total mass of the Solar System.
  30. What is siderial day?