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Deimos and Phobos are the satellites of

A. Earth

B. Mars

C. Uranus

D. Neptune

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B. Mars


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The name of our galaxy is _______

A. Alfa Centauri

B. Proxima Centauri

C. Milky Way

D. Neptune

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Going into the interior of the earth the weight of an object

A. Increases

B. Decreases

C. Remains unchanged

D. First increases and then decreases

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What is the temperature of the sun estimated at approximately?

A. 5000°C

B. 6000°C

C. 7000°C

D. 212°C

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A Light Year measures

A. A unit of velocity

B. A unit of distance

C. A unit of pressure

D. A unit of time

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Average temperature of the Earth is.

A. 14°C

B. 24°C

C. 34°C

D. 20°C

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Our Solar System is an orderly community of _____.

A. One star

B. Two stars

C. Three stars

D. Four stars

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The solar eclipse takes place when

A. The Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon

B. The Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth

C. The Sun comes between the Earth and the Moon

D. The Planets of the Solar System lies on the same plane

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Deimos and Phobos are the satellites of

A. Earth

B. Mars

C. Uranus

D. Neptune

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Charon' is the satellite of _____.

A. Earth

B. Saturn

C. Pluto

D. Neptune

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Orion and Great Bear stand for ______.

A. star

B. planet

C. Solar System

D. Constellation

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The word 'satellite' means _____.

A. wanderer

B. settlement

C. light

D. a smaller companion to anything

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What is the name of the planet which takes 88 days to make one revolution of the Sun?

A. Venus

B. Mercury

C. Pluto

D. Neptune

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Sunspots are

A. undulations on the solar surface

B. huge magnetic storms on the solar surface

C. places with adequate sunshine

D. places of tourist importance

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An imaginary belt of 12 constellations or group of stars la called

A. Zodiac

B. Steller group

C. Pulsar

D. Zodiacal light

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Planet with maximum satellites is _____.

A. Earth

B. Saturn

C. Jupiter

D. Pluto

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Outside Antarctica, which is the deepest part of the earth?

A. The Dead Sea

B. The Aral Sea

C. The Caspian Sea

D. Lake Baikal

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What do you call a narrow neck oC land that connects two larger landmasses?

A. Peninsula

B. Isthmus

C. Cape

D. Strait

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A 'black hole' is a body in space which does not allow any radiation to come out. This property is due to its

A. Very small size

B. Very large size

C. Very high density

D. Very low density

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Polar diameter of the Eearth is.

A. 17214 km

B. 12741 km

C. 12714 km

D. 17124 km

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Oldest object in the Solar System is __.

A. Titania

B. Titan

C. Miranda

D. Europa

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Sidereal means

A. Pertaining or referring to the stars

B. Pertaining or referring to the moon

C. Pertaining or referring to the Sun

D. Pertaining' or referring to the cosmic bodies

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When the earth is at its maximum distance from the Sun it is said to be in

A. Perigee

B. Apogee

C. Perihelion

D. Aphelion

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When dees the Summer Solstice occur?

A. July 23

B. June 21

C. May 20

D. April 31

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A leap year consists of

A. 365 days

B. 365 days and 6 months

C. 364 days

D. 366 days

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The group of small pieces of rock revolving round the Sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter are called

A. meteors

B. comets

C. meteorites

D. asteroids

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The rate of rotation of the Earth on its axis is the highest on which of the following date?

A. It never changes

B. January-4

C. January-3

D. January-21

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The permanent tilt of the Earth's axis and the revolution of the Earth in its orbit together cause

A. Day and night

B. Varying lengths of day and night at different times of the year

C. Differences in time between places on different meridians

D. The deflection of winds

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The Sun experiences magnetic storms and this Interferes with the magnetic field oC the Earth and produces light which are called

A. Quasars

B. Polar Auroras

C. Meteorites

D. Pulsar

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Which planet la known as a 'Morning Star' as well as an 'Evening Star'?

A. Venus

B. Uranus

C. Mercury

D. Mars

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What is the unit of measurement of distance between celestial bodies?

A. Light year

B. Nautical mile

C. Statute mile

D. Kilometre