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Universe and solar system
- March 12, 2021
- Posted by: Maya
- Category: Daily GK Dose
1. Which of the following part of the sun is visible to humans
2. Which of the following part of the sun is visible at the time of eclipse
3. which is the deepest point from the sea level on the earth?
(A) North channel
(B) Pacific ocean
(C) Mariana Trench
(D) Red sea
4. What is the time taken by the light of the sun to reach the earth
(A) 8 minutes
(B) 9 minutes
(C) 7 minutes 20 seconds
(D) 8 minutes 20 seconds
5. Which of the following is the largest planet of the solar system according to size
6. Select the correct chronology of the planet according to their size
7.which of the following planets in solar system takes the shortest revolution?
8. Find the jovial planets among the following
9. Arrange the planets according to their revolution velocity
10. Which planet in the solar system has the highest density?
11. Which planet is nearest to the earth?
12.Which planet is known as Morning star and evening star?
13. Which planet has the most moons?
14. Which planet is closest to the sun?
15. Which Is the Hottest Planet in the solar system?
16. Which Planet Have Rings around Them?
17. Which is the coldest and smallest planet?
18. What is the Orbital period of Moon?
19. Which planet has the most volcanoes?
20.Which planets do not have moons?
(A) Mars and sun
(B) Earth and mars
(C) Venus and Mercury
(D) Uranus and Neptune
21.Which Planet spins backwards relative to the others?
22. When was the first manmade object sent into space?
23. Which planet has approximately the same landmass as Earth?
24. The Moon orbits the Earth every
25. At how much speed Moon moves across the Sun?
A. 2,540 km per hours
B. 2,340 km per hours
C. 2,250 km per hour
D. 1,1260 km hours
26. How many natural satellites of Earth are there?
27. the springs tides, when the tides are most pronounced, occurs on
A. New moon days
B. Full moon days
C. When the moon is in quadrature
D. Both A and B
28. The gravitational pull on the moon is
A. Twice than that of the earth
B. 1/4th of the earth
C. 1/6th of the earth
D. ½ of the earth
29. The time taken by the earth to rotate once about its axis is called
A. Sidereal day
B. Solar day
C. Mean solar day
D. Mean sidereal day
30. Which star is brighter sun?
C. Egin star
31. Which planet was first found in space?
32. Which of the following is responsible for life on earth?
33. Which planet has a lot of satellite?
34. The moon has no atmosphere because
A. Of its thinness
B. Emittance of no gases by its crust
C. It is close to the sun
D. None of the above
35. Who discover the earth’s revolution?
36. The rotation of the earth causes?
B. Days and Nights
C. Solar Eclipse
D. Lunar Eclipse
37. The biggest star in our glaxy is
A. Epsilon Aurigae
38. Who was the first to observe sun spots?
D. None of the above
39. The largest number of satellite(or moon) that any one of the planets of the solar system has is ?
40. What name is given to the path of the sun amongst the stars in our glaxy?
A. Celestial sphere
B. Elliptical path
C. Zodiacal signs
41. The radius of which of following is 7*10 kilometers?
42. The sun shines vertically on the equator
A. Throughout the year
B. Four times a year
C. Twice a year
D. Once a year
43. The visible part of the sun is called
44. What quantity of hydrogen in the sun is converted in to helium every seconds?
45. On June 22 and December 22,The sun is away from the earth, these two days are called ?
46. On March 21 and September 23,The sun crosses the equator ?
47. The time taken by Uranus to revolve round the sun is approximately?
48. In the southern hemisphere, the hottest period?
A. 1STweek of Jan
B. 1st week of Feb.
C. 1st week of July
D. 1stweek of August
49. The calendar is based on the?
A. Solar year
B. Sidereal year
C. Tropical year
D. Civil year
1.A 2.C 3. C 4. A 5. A 6. A 7. C 8. D 9.C 10.A 11.D 12.C 13.C 14.C 15.D 16. D 17.C 18.D 19.C 20.C 21.C 22.C 23.A 24.D 25.C 26.C 27. D 28 .C 29.A 30.C 31.A 32.A 33.A 34.A 35.A 36.B 37.B 38.A 39.A 40.D 41.D 42.C 43.C 44.A 45.A 46. B 47.C 48.B 49.A