Everyday Science

________ explode with thunder like sound.

A. Bolides

B. Meteors

C. Brilliant meteors

D. None of these

Faint meteors are also called?

A. Shooting stars

B. Falling stars

C. Meteor shower

D. All of these

Large meteors , sometimes strike surface of earth is called?

A. Meteor

B. Bolloids

C. Meteorites

D. None of these

A gigantic meteorite struck the earth in Arizona some _____ years ago.

A. 5000-50000

B. 6000

C. 8000

D. 6300

A ______ meter wide and 180 meter deep crater was created by meteor in Arizona.

A. 500

B. 1200

C. 600

D. 900

A much larger meteorite of about _____ km is believed to crashed on the earth some 60 million years ago.

A. 12

B. 10

C. 5

D. 20

Some Scientists believe that Dinosaurs have died because of ______.

A. Asteroids

B. Comets

C. Meteorites

D. None

In the mid of 20 th century, _______ race between USA and USSR started to create rocket to reach space.

A. Run

B. Marathon

C. Space

D. None

A velocity needed to escape earth’s gravity is called ______ velocity

A. Run

B. Escape

C. None of these

Escape velocity is equal to ________ km/hr.

A. 5000

B. 60000

C. 40000

D. None

_________ scientists first launched artificial satellite in 1957.

A. Soviet

B. American

C. German

D. Indian

Russian Satellite ________ was first satellite in space.

A. Sputnik-1

B. Apollo

C. None of these

A velocity needed to escape earth’s gravity is called ______ velocity.

A. Run

B. Escape

C. None of these

Escape velocity is equal to ________ km/hr

A. 5000

B. 60000

C. 40000

D. None

_________ scientists first launched artificial satellite in 1957

A. Soviet

B. American

C. German

D. Indian

Russian Satellite ________ was first satellite in space.

A. Sputnik-1

B. Apollo

C. None of these

The goal of Sputnik satellite was to ?

A. Study upper atmosphere

B. Testing Rocket Technology

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

D. None of these

Which of the following was unmanned satellite?

A. Sputnik-1

B. Sputnik-2

C. None of these

Sputnik-2 has a _______

A. Cat

B. Dog

C. Mouse

The speed of Geostationary satellite is equal to?

A. Speed of Sound

B. Speed of earth

C. Speed of light

D. None of these

Geostationary satellites are ___________ satellites revolving around in the Geostationary orbits

A. Military

B. Communication

C. Weather

D. Non

Paksat-IR, a Pakistani Geostationary orbit was launched in?

A. 2019

B. 2011

C. 2005

D. 2006

The satellites move in which of following orbits?

A. Polar Orbit

B. Eccentric Orbit

C. Low earth orbit

D. All of these

Landsat satellites are used for

A. Mapping Land

B. Estimating Crop Production

C. Managing forested land

D. All of these

________ satellites link remote areas of earth with TV and telephone.

A. Communication Satellite.

B. Geo Stationary Satellite

C. Landsat

D. None

The function of Polar Satellite is?

A. Weather information

B. Protection from atmospheric dangers

C. Mapping Ozone levels

D. All of these

GPS is a group of ________ satellites.

A. 24

B. 25

C. 30

D. 35

Function of GPS satellite is?

A. Location

B. Speed

C. Direction

D. All of these

Telecommunication Satellites help in carrying_____ signals?

A. Radio

B. Telephone

C. TV

D. All of these

Location of earth is pinpointed by _________ satellites

A. Landsat

B. Communication

C. Navigational

D. None

Military activities are monitored through __________ satellite.

A. Surveillance

B. Navigational

C. Landsat

D. None of these

Scientific Satellites give information about?

A. Comets

B. Sun

C. Galaxies

D. All of these

_______ was the first man to enter and exit space safely.

A. Mark

B. Yuri Gagarin

C. Newton

D. None of these

______ was the first woman to travel space.

A. Curie

B. Valentina Tereshkova

C. Alina

D. None

_______ were the first Americans to step on moon in 1969.

A. Neil Armstrong

B. Edwin Aldrin

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

D. None