• The earth’s rotation on its axis is from:

A. South to North
B. North to South
C. East to West
D. West to East

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  • Day and night change due to:

A. Earth’s revolution
B. Earth’s rotation accompanied with its revolution
C. Earth’s rotation on its axis
D. None of these

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  • Which of the planet has rings around it surface:

A. Uranus
B. Jupiter
C. Mars
D. Saturn

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The rings consist of countless small particles, ranging from μm to m in size, that orbit about Saturn. The ring particles are made almost entirely of water ice, with a trace component of rocky material.

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  • The Sun is a 

A. Star
B. Planet
C. Stone
D. Comet

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  • _______ is the nearest planet to Earth.

A. Venus
B. Mars
C. Jupiter
D. None of above

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  • The planet with maximum number of moons is:

A. Saturn
B. Jupiter (63 moons)
C. Venus
D. Mercury

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  • The gas most present in the Sun is:

A. Oxygen
B. Hydrogen (70%)
C. Nitrogen
D. Helium

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  • The biggest planet in our Solar System is:

A. Jupiter
B. Saturn
C. Uranus
D. Neptune

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Sr. # Order Wise Size Wise
1. Mercury Jupiter 69,911 km – 1,120% of Earth’s size
2. Venus Saturn 58,232 km – 945% of Earth’s size
3. Earth Uranus 25,362 km – 400% of Earth’s size
4. Mars Neptune 24,622 km – 388% of Earth’s size
5. Jupiter Earth 6,371 km
6. Saturn Venus 6,052 km – 95% of Earth’s size
7. Uranus Mars 3,390 km – 53% of Earth’s size
8. Neptune Mercury 2,440 km – 38% of Earth’s size

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  • Which is the second largest planet in our Solar System?

A. Jupiter
B. Saturn
C. Uranus
D. Neptune


  • When Earth comes in between Moon and Sun, it is known as:

A. Lunar Eclipse
B. Solar Eclipse
C. Both of these
D. None of these

In Solar Eclipse, Moon comes in between the Earth and Sun.

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