Everyday Science

Human ear has distinct parts.

A. 4

B. 3

C. 5

D. 6

Solar includes ____ and all 8 planets.

A. Star

B. Moon

C. Sun

D. None

Planets orbit around Sun due to _____ .

A. Gravity

B. Force

C. Centripetal force

D. None

Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are _____ planets.

A. Inner

B. Outer

C. None of these

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are _____ planets.

A. Inner

B. Outer

C. None of these

The unimaginable vast space in which heavenly bodies are moving is called?

A. Universe

B. Earth

C. Atmosphere

D. None of these

Asteroids, Comets, Stars and Planets are called?

A. Worldly bodies

B. Celestial bodies

C. Gigantic Bodies

D. None of these

Sun is at the ____ of solar system.

A. Side

B. Top

C. Center

D. None

The moon revolves around the _______

A. Sun

B. Earth

C. Stars

D. None

Any heavenly body that revolves around the planet is called _____ .

A. Moon

B. Satellite

C. Stars

D. None

Satellites are of ____ types.

A. Artificial

B. Natural

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

D. None

The celestial body that revolves around a planet is called?

A. Satellite

B. Artificial Satellite

C. Natural Satellite

D. None of these

The best known natural satellite is?

A. Moon

B. Earth

C. World

D. None

Natural Satellites are?

A. Asteroid

B. Comets

C. Meteoroids

D. All of these

An object launched into earth orbit by Human Beings is called?

A. Artificial Satellite

B. Natural Satellite

C. None of these

First artificial satellite was launched in?

A. 1857

B. 1957

C. 1960

D. 1800

Artificial satellites are used in?

A. Communications

B. Industry

C. Military intelligence

D. All of these

Which of the following are minor planets?

A. Asteroids

B. Comets

C. Meteors

D. All of these

_____ are bodies of different sizes.

A. Earth

B. Asteroids

C. Sun

D. Stars

Asteroids move in elliptical orbits between .

A. Mars

B. Jupiter

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

D. None of these