Solar System Practice Bits

SOLAR SYSTEM PRACTICE BITS
 1. Who is called the ‘father of geography’?  – Hikatius
 2. Who is the author of ‘Geographica’?  – Eratosthenes
 3. What is the number of planets in the solar system?  – 8
 4. Which is the largest planet?  – Jupiter
 5. Which are the two planets which do not have satellites?  – Mercury and Venus
 6. Which planet takes the maximum time in an orbit around the Sun?  – Neptune
 7. Asteroids are small celestial bodies in the solar system, between which two planets are they found?  – Between Mars and Jupiter
 8. What is the name of the planet called ‘twin sister of earth’?  – Venus
 9. What is the unit to find the distance between stars?  – Light years
 10. Which is the heaviest planet?  – Jupiter
 11. How many descent (degrees) the earth has tilted on its axis?  – 23 1/2 °
 12. Which planet is the farthest from the Sun?  – Neptune
 13. In which direction does the sun rotate on its axis?  – East to West
 14. Where is ‘Sea of ​​Tranquility’?  – On the Moon
 15. Which is the smallest planet?  – Wed
 16. Who is called the ‘Father of the Solar System’?  – to the sun
 17. Which is the hottest planet in the solar system?  – Venus
 18. The stars of which constellation point to the pole?  – Saptarshi
 19. How long does Saturn take to revolve around the Sun?  – 29.5 years
 20. How long does Uranus take an orbit around the Sun?  – 84 years
 21. What distance does the earth travel around per minute?  – 49 km
 22. Whose color is the indicator of the star?  – of its temperature
 23. Which planet emits green light?  – Neptune
 24. How long does the sun take to revolve around the center of our galaxy?  – 25 million years
 25. Which is the most valid theory of the origin of the universe?  – Big Bang Theory
 26. What is the galaxy of Earth called?  – Mandakini
 27. What is the group of coldest and brightest stars in the Earth’s galaxy called?  – Orian Nebula
 28. Which planet’s day values ​​and its axis tilt are approximately equivalent to the Earth’s daylength and tilt?  – Neptune’s
 29. What is the boundary outside which stars suffer from internal death?  – Chandrasekhar Seema
 30. What is the first discovered asteroid?  – Cirrus
 31. ‘Black Hall theory’ was given by  – s.  By Chandrasekhar
 32. Which is the biggest star of the universe?  – Spinal oregi
 33. How many degrees of inclination are there in the orbital plane of the earth and the moon?  – 5 ° C
 34. Which is the brightest star in the sky?  – Cyrus (Dog Star)
 35. Which celestial body is called ‘Earth son’?  – Moon
 36. What is the reason for the twinkle of the star?  – Refraction of light
 37. Due to which event, the color of sky appears blue?  – Due to scattering
 38. How far is ‘Andromeda’ from our galaxy?  – 2.2 million light years
 39. On which planet the spacecraft Magellan was sent?  – Mars
 40. Which planet in the Solar System is closest to the Sun?  – Wed
 41. Which planet is approximately equal to the size of Earth?  – Venus
 42. How long does it take for light to come from the Sun to the Earth?  – 8 minutes, 16.6 seconds
 43. How do the astronauts see the color of the sky?  – Black
 44. Which star is closest to the earth?  – Sun
 45. What is the pulsar that rotates quickly and leaves high radio waves?  – neutron star
 46. ​​What is an explosive star in the universe called?  – Abhinav Tara
 47. What is an astronomical distance?  – Distance between Earth and Sun
 48. Who discovered the solar system?  – Copernicus
 49. On which planet is Nix Olympia, the highest mountain in the Solar System?  – on mars
 50. What distance is a light year equal to?  – 9.46 × 1012 km
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