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Some Universe Related Questions & Answer

In this article we are telling you some facts related to the universe, with the help of this, you can easily prepare your exam. Some Universe Related Questions & Answer

Some Universe Related Questions & Answer

Some Universe Related Questions & Answer
Some Universe Related Questions & Answer

Q. Space probes provide us:

Information of outer space

Q. Name of the first spacecraft to land on the moon:

Appolo-11

Q. Geostationary satellite are those which:

Orbit around the earth at the speed of rotation of the earth around its axis

Q. INSAT is the abbreviation for:

Indian of spacecraft

Q. Asia’s largest telescope is situated in:

Kavalur

Q. The satellite launching center of India is located at:

Sriharikota

Q. Venus is very shining because:

It reflects 85% of the light falling on it

Q. The color of Mars is:

Red

Space Exploration Related Question & Answer

Q. For space exploration we make use of:

Artificial Satellite

Q. For T.V. transmission to distant places we make use of:

Communication Satellite

Q. The satellite used for weather forecasting:

Artificial satellite

Q. Weather forecasting is made by:

Geostationary Satellite

Q. Of the following the geostationary satellite launched by India is:

INSAT-IB

Q. Credit for starting space science research in India goes to:

V.Sarabhai

Q. Which is the international communication satellite for the entire world:

INTELSAT

Q. The first satellite sent from the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) was:

Rohini

Q. The space science is applied for:

Satellite communication

Q. Weather monitoring

Remote sensing

Q. An Experimental satellite fabricated by India:

APPLE

Q.  A device in the satellite which can receive signals from earth and transmit then in the different direction is called:

Transponder

Q. Study of atmosphere and its phenomenon like weather and climate is:

Meteorology

Q. Name of the satellite used in India for weather monitoring:

INSAT-IB

Q. The nearest point of the orbit in which a satellite rotates around the earth is called:

Perigee

Q. Survey and management of the country national resource done by:

ISRO

Q. The only planet that has life on it is:

Earth

Q. The planet closest to the sun is:

Mercury

Q. The coldest and the farthest planet in the solar system is:

Pluto

Q. A recognizable group of stars forming a family a stars is known as:

Galaxy

Q. A luminous heavenly body with a luminous streaking tail is called:

Comet

Q. The time taken by Halley’s comet to complete one revolution around the sun is:

76 years

Q. Our sun is a:

Star

Q. The unit of measuring distance between the stars is:

Lightyear

Q. In which month great bear can be seen:

April

Q. One light year is equal to:

9.461×1015

Q. Which planet has maximum number of satellite?

Saturn

Q. Name the closest star to us:

Polestar

Q. The distance of Alpha Centauri is:

4.4 light year

Q. The shape of our galaxy is:

Elliptic

Q. The temperature of inner core of sun is:

106 K

Q. The life of the sun is:

5000 million years

Q. Two common shapes of galaxies are:

Elliptical and Spiral

Q. The temperature of the gas clouds when the star begins to form is:

-173 deg C

Q. The concentrated highly dense mass of gases is:

Protostar

Q. A highly condensed cloud of gases like hydrogen and helium is:

Protostar

Q. Supernova are:

Gaint star on the verge of explosion

Q. A star has a highly dense matter in the form of Protons and electrons is called:

White dwarf

Q. A spinning neutron star that emits radio waves is:

Pulsar

Q. The planet which does not contain carbon dioxide is:

Mercury

Q. Big bang theory was proposed by:

Hubble

Q. The last stage in the life-cycle of star saving mass 100 times that of sun is:

Black-hole

Q. Orion constellation is visible in the season of the year:

Winter

Q. Luminous heavenly body with a luminous streaking tail is called:

Comet

Q. The tail of a comet always points:

Opposite to the sun

Q. The sun’s surface is called:

Photosphere

Q. The approximate number of stars in universe are:

10×1021

Q. Asteroids are scattered between:

Jupiter and Mars

Q. What are the approximate times taken for one revolution around the sun by the planet Mercury:?

88 days

Q. Which planet is called the morning star as well as the evening star?

Venus

Q. Great bear is commonly known as:

Saptrishi

Q. How many constellations comprise the signs of Zodiac?

12

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