World PLANETS IN UNIVERSE General KnowledgeTEST NO.2

World PLANETS IN UNIVERSE – General Knowledge – Online M.C.Q’s for Competition Commission Exam – TEST NO.2

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Category : General Knowledge
Topic : World PLANETS IN UNIVERSE
Basic Purpose : Online Preparation for Competition and Commission Exams for different Jobs/Recruitments in Pakistan , India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Iran and China etc.
Test Type : Multiple Choice Questions [MCQ’s]
Time Limit : 23 Minutes
Total MCQ’s : 66





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World PLANETS IN UNIVERSE - General Knowledge - MCQ's - TEST NO.2

World PLANETS IN UNIVERSE - General Knowledge - MCQ's - TEST NO.2

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The planets are kept in motion in their respective orbits by the?

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A light year, as a unit of measurement of distances of heavenly bodies, is equal to?

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Who was the first to speculate that Venus is completely covered with clouds?

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The planet, Which is not only the smallest but also nearest to the sun, is?

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How long does a sun-ray take to travel from the sun to the earth?

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The distance of the planets from the sun in the increasing order is?

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The planet with the shortest rotation time around its axis is?

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The planets of the solar system travel with the sun through millions of stars in our galaxy at a speed of about?

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A Comet?

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Titan, the largest moon in the solar system, is also the largest moon of?

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Light takes nearly 4 years to reach us from the nearest star. What is the distance between that star and the earth?

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Name two planets lying between the sun and the earth?

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Which of the following planets takes very nearly the same time for a rotation on its own axis as does the earth?

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Travelling at the speed of light one can travel how many times around the earth in one second?

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The sun consists mostly of?

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cPole star is always seen at one point in the sky Whereas other stars are not; this is because?

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The biggest star in our galaxy is?

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When and by whom were the rings of Saturn discovered?

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How many times is the sun bigger in size than the earth?

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The outermost layer of sun is called?

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Super Nova is?

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Which of the following planets reflects back the highest percentage of light it receives from the sun than any other planet of the solar system?

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Which planet contains largest quantity of carbon dioxide i.e 95%?

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What are sun-spots?

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The theory that refers to an explosion about 10 to 15 billion years ago,Which most astronomers believe to be the origin of the Universe,is called?

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How many are Satellites (Moons) of Saturn Planet?

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How many days does the moon take to return to the same position among the constellations?

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Which of the following planets is farthest from the sun?

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According to new scientific research water is present on the surface of except earth planet?

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The period of one revolution of sun around the centre of galaxy is called?

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Which planet takes the largest time to go once around the sun?

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What name is given to the path of the sun amongest the stars in our galaxy?

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The earth is the third nearest planet to the sun located between the planets?

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How many times is the planet Saturn bigger than the earth (in diameter)?

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The only planet in the solar system which rotates on its axis from East to West is?

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Who was the first to determine that the day on the Mars was, like ours, roughly twently-four hours long?

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What is the rank of the earth in the solar system in terms of size?

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Twelve constellations referred to as zodiac, are?

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During a solar eclipse,which of the following represents the relative position of the Sun,Moom and Earth correctly?

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Who was the second to observe sun-spots after Ibn Zubir?

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Black holes are stellar objects which?

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Operation Path Finder is a mission to?

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The light coming from stars gives the idea of their?

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'Galileo Satellites'', named after their discoverer, are four large moons of the planet?

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The sunspots cause?

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Some times the earth passes exactly between moon and the sun this condition is known as?

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How many of the eight planets of the solar system were known in the life time of Kepler, the formulator of laws of planetary motions?

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Stars which appear single to the naked eye but are double stars when observed by a telescope, are known as?

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The temperature at the surface of the sun and its centre is respectively, about?

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The visible part of the sun is called?

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A star which appears blue' is?

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The Milky way extends through a distance of?

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Which of the following makes the planet Saturn unique in the solar family?

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The altitudes of heavenly bodies appear to be greater than they actually are. This is due to?

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Which planet is known as watery planet?

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Name two planets which appear as 'morning star' in the eastern sky and 'evenig star' in the western sky?

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All of the following planets have lesser diameter than the earth,except?

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Some times the moon passes between the sun and the earth this phenomenon is known as?

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Which one of the following planets has the maximum number of satellittes?

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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?

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Which of the following planets is called evening star?

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The comet, named after Edmund Halley, reappears after a time interval of every?

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Which of the following planets has almost the same mass,size and density as the earth?

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In which part of the solar system is the sun located?

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The planets Neptune's orbit around the sun takes about?

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The largest number of natural satellites (or moons) that any one of the planets of the solar system has is?

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