What is the shape of our galaxy 'Milky Way'?

A. spiral

B. elliptical

C. circular

D. spherical

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  2. A 'black hole' is a body in space which does not allow any radiation to come out. This property is due…
  3. What is peninsula?
  4. When does the Vernal Equinox occur?
  5. A celestial body consisting of a gaseous cloud enveloping a bright nucleus moving around the Sun in…
  6. One Astronomical Unit is the average distance between
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  8. Nearest star to the earth is _____.
  9. Which planet does experience a day almost of the same duration as the Earth?
  10. Outside Antarctica, which is the deepest part of the earth?
  11. Which one of the following conditions is moat relevant for the presence of life on Mars?
  12. What is the average radius of the Earth?
  13. Which star la called the brightest star (Dog star)?
  14. Average density of the Earth is ( relative to water) __.
  15. A Light Year measures
  16. Presently the farthest planet from the Sun is _____.
  17. Arrange the Inner Planets in decreasing order of their distances from the Sun.1. Earth2. Mercury3. Venus4.…
  18. Polar Auroras are
  19. What does perigee mean?
  20. The atmosphere of Venus contains large quantity of
  21. What is the geographical term for land's end, that tip of land which projects into the sea?
  22. The name of our galaxy is _______
  23. What is the name given to the widened rivermouth found at the point a river enters the sea?
  24. Shoemaker-Levy 9 is a
  25. Which of the following statements are true?1. Inner Planets are alternatively called Terrestrial Planets.2.…
  26. Which planet does take the least time in completing one revolution around the Sun?
  27. The length of its day and the tilt of its axis are almost identical to those of the Earth. This is true…
  28. Polar circumference of the Earth is
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  30. Sidereal means