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21 Questions MCQ Test General Knowledge | Astronomy


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QUESTION: 1

A piece of stone or iron traveling through the earths atmosphere is called as what ?  

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QUESTION: 2

What is the estimated age of Milky Way Galaxy ?  

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QUESTION: 3

Short-period comets are generally defined as having orbital periods of less than ? 

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QUESTION: 4
What is the size rank of Moon in all satellite in the Solar System ?
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QUESTION: 5
Which is the nearest star to the Earth, apart from the Sun ?  
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QUESTION: 6
The process by which two or more atomic nuclei join together to form a single heavier nucleus is known as ?  
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QUESTION: 7
What is the speed of light in a perfect vacuum ?  
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QUESTION: 8
Milky Way appears brightest at the ?
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QUESTION: 9
Which star is nearest to the earth ?  
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QUESTION: 10

The Magellanic Clouds are visible from ___?

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QUESTION: 11
Which is the smallest planet in the solar system ?  
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QUESTION: 12
Which is the uppermost part of the atmosphere ?  
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QUESTION: 13
Identify this constellation. 
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QUESTION: 14
Which is not true about comets ?  
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QUESTION: 15
What is the Biggest Planet in the Solar System ?  
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QUESTION: 16
Identify this constellation.
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QUESTION: 17
Which is the largest moon in the Solar System ?  
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QUESTION: 18

Which is the most densest satellite in the solar system ?  

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It is Io, innermost of the four large satellites of Jupiter that are known as the Galilean moons. (Galileo discovered them in 1610).

Io’s density is 3,528 grams per cubic centimeter, about 5% greater than the density of Earth’s moon at 3.34 grams per cubic centimeter.

QUESTION: 19
Identify this constellation.
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QUESTION: 20
The word comet derives from the ?
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QUESTION: 21
The first star catalogue in Greek astronomy was created by ? 
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