World geography practice quiz 2

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1. The light coming from stars gives the idea of their:


2. Which planet is known as the Earth’s Twin?


3. The planet having thirteen moons is :


4. ‘The length of its day and the tilt of its axis are almost identical to those of the earth’.This is true of:


5. Which of the following planets of the solar system has the longest day? [IAS 2003, CDS]


6. Match the following: A. Largest Planet 1. Mercury B. Brightest Planet 2. Jupiter C. Densest Planet 3. Earth D. Smallest Planet 4. Venus A B C D


7. Which one of the following planets takes the same number of days for rotation and revolution?


8. Which of the planets is nearest to the earth?


9. The sunspots cause: [UP PCS 1995]


10. Super Nova is : [CDS 1994]


11. The planet Mercury is difficult to be observed most of the time because:


12. The hottest planet is : [CPO SI 2002]


13. Which of the following is the brightest planet?


14. ‘Parsec’ is the unit of measurement of:


15. On which of the following planets of the solar system does the sun rise in the west and set in the east?


16. Comets revolve around: [NDA 1990]


17. The period of one revolution of sun around the centre of galaxy is called:


18. Lunar Sea refers to :


19. Which two planets of the solar system have no satellites?


20. The Milky way extends through a distance:


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