There are eight planets in our universe. Say O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, and V. We can call it planet ‘S’. Among all, this is called the red planet because its soil and rocks are red in colours. This planet resembles Earth the most. Scientists believe that it is the
only planet, besides Earth, where life may exist.
‘S’ in the above paragraph is _____________.
All planets are named in Roman because:
Which is the nearest planet to the Sun?
Which is the closest planet to the Earth?
Which eclipse do you experience if you are standing in the Moon’s umbra?
During a solar eclipse, when the Moon's shadow falls on the Earth, we stand in the shadow rather than looking at it. Observers standing in the umbra see a total eclipse of the Sun, while observers under the penumbra see a partial eclipse.
It takes about _______________days for the Moon to complete its cycle of phases.
It takes about ___________ days for the Moon to revolve around the Earth.
Which is a group of constellation through which the Sun appears to move?
Which movement causes the lunar phases?
Which of these planets has the highest gravitational pull?