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Sunday, 4 March 2018

Solar System Quiz v2

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. OK, quiz lovers and children of the solar system! Let’s get started. First of all, which of these is the centre of our solar system?

Options:-
Beyoncé
Jupiter
The moon
The sun


Q 2. Now, let’s go even bigger. In which galaxy is our solar system located?



Options:-

The Milky Way
Sombrero Galaxy
Andromeda Galaxy
Starburst Galaxy

Q 3. Solar system, our home in space. Bur do you really know your home well? Check next question by simply clicking on the play button below. Which planet is the hottest planet in the solar system?

Options:-
A
B
C

Q 4. Which four planets are known as the “terrestrial planets”?

Options:-
Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Earth
Earth, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
Neptune, Uranus, Jupiter

Q 5. 
Which planets are known as the “ice giants”?



Options:-
Saturn, Neptune
Neptune, Jupiter
Uranus, Neptune

Q 6. 
Where is the asteroid belt located?

Options:-
Between the orbits of the planets Jupiter and Saturn
Between the orbits of the planets Mars and Jupiter

Q 7. 
What is a meteor?

Options:-
dust or sand from space that enters the earth's atmosphere
a piece of the milky way that enters the earth’s atmosphere
a small body of matter from space that enters the earth’s atmosphere

Q 8. 
What separates the terrestrial planets from the Jovian or gas planets in space?


Options:-
Nothing
The Asteroid Belt
Comets
The Milky Way

Q 9. What is the force that keeps all the planets in orbit around the sun?

Options:-
atmosphere
stratosphere
gravity

Q 10. All Jovian or gas planets have rings.

Options:-
False
True

Q 11. One of the planets is famous for being a little freaky. It’s actually tilted on its side, the great big goofball. Which is it?



Options:-
Mercury
Mars
Neptune
Uranus

Q 12. Venus is known for its hellishly hot surface temperatures. But it has other distinctions too, such as ______.



Options:-
It’s the planet furthest away from Earth
It rotates in the opposite direction to most other planets doubt
It’s the brightest natural object in the sky
It has a strong magnetic field

Q 13. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot has been observed by astronomers since the 1600s. But what is it exactly?



Options:-

Liquid hot magma
A storm
A mirage
A lake

Q 14. To our knowledge, one planet is home to the biggest volcano in the solar system. Which planet is it?



Options:-
Earth
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn

Q 15. 
The sun’s influence spreads far, far beyond it’s immediate area. Which of these would you use to describe the ‘bubble-like region of space dominated by the sun’?



Options:-
The Heliosheath
The Heliosphere
The Bow Wave
The Heliopause

Q 16. NASA blew us space geeks out of the water and into the stratosphere when they announced that one of Saturn's moons could be capable of sustaining life. What’s the name of this moon?



Options:-
Lo
Adrastea
Enceladus
Herse

Q 17. In 2006, a controversial decision was made by the International Astronomical Union regarding one of the planets. What was it?



Options:-
Pluto relegated to “dwarf planet”
Announcement of ‘new dwarf planet’ Eris
Jupiter described as, “too big, too stupid, too ugly”
Plug pulled on manned space travel by 2020

Q 18. 
Finally, take a look at this moon. Not much of a looker, is it? It belongs to which planet?


Options:-
Pluto
Uranus
Saturn
Jupiter

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