Total number of Satellites of mars are
Third nearest planet of the Sun is
Which comet appeared every 76 years?
Which planets do not have any satellite?
The Pole Star is a part of
The moon's period of revolution with reference to the sun is _______
Shooting star is called _______
Scorpio constellation is also known as:
Concept of black Hole was given by
Which planet is considered as 'Earh's Twin'?
Venus is considered as 'Earth's Twin' because of its size and shape is very similar to that of earth.
Which planet is considered as morning and Evening Star ?
Which is the nearest star to the Earth after the Sun?
Which is the farthest heavenly body visible to the naked eye?
How many satellite Uranus has?
Uranus has 27 satellite
Neptune has how many satellites?
Neptune has 14 satellites: Titron, Merid, N-1, N-2, N-3 etc
How many days mercury takes to complete one round around the Sun?
Consider the Following Statements (i) Pluto is no more a planet (ii) Neptune and Pluto are called Jovian Twins (iii) Sirus is the birghtest star Which of these are corect?
One light year is equal to
Mars has how many satellites?
Mars has two satellites: Phobos and Demos
Which of the following does not belong to the Solar System?
The outermost layer of the Sun is called
The Glowing surface of the Earth is called______
The glowing surface of the Sun is called PhotoSphere and above the photosphere is Red Coloured "Chromosphere"
What is the name of our Galax?
Our GAlaxy name is Milkyway. In India, it is locally known as Akasha Ganga.
Which theory is not related to Universe?
Big Bang Theory, Doppler's Effect, and Red Shift Effect is related to Origin of the Universe but Newton's Law is related to Motion.
What is the Diameter of the Moon?
The shape of our Milky Way is _______
Why do we see only one side of the Moon?
Which is the nearest planet to the Sun?
Which appears as 'Greenish Star'?
Which of the Planet has the fattest revolution period in our Solar System?
It takes 88 days to revolve around the Sun.
Which Planet is known as Red Planet?
Due to the Presence of Rock, it appears as Orange-Red star in the sky. So Mars is called Red star
Which planet is the Second largest Planet in our Solar System?
The Sun mostly consists of ------ Gas
The planets are kept in motion in their respective orbit by
Which of the following is responsible for ocean streams?
The solar Elipse achieves totality only in the limited Geographical area because
The first person reached at Moon is
Which planet is known as Hottest Planet in our Solar System?
Venus is the hottest Planet due to 97% Presence of CO2