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Space Sciences Quiz

What is not feasible  in case   of solar eclipse ;-

Which imaginary lines   lies at 0° latitude :-

Ocean   current   are affected   by  the  configuration  of the ocean :-

The axis of the  earth is inclined at an angle   of   to the horizontal :-

The shape of moon is :-

The total life of sun is :-

The seasonal   contrasts   are maximum  in :-

Halley's  comet appears once in  a period of :-

The period of one rotation of earth is known as  ;-

Normal pens   won't  work in space :-

The SI unit of length is :-

Earth has only natural  satellite :-

Cares , pallas  , Hygeia  and Vesta  are   classified as :-

The point below   the surface   where an earthquake  originate is called:-

What is the maximum length   of a day   on the poles ;-

Who was the first person  to enter into space ;-

The point of view  of moon   changes  and earth   sees different   amounts of lit  and unlit moon :-

Crust is earth's;-

The body burning like a star and coming toward the earth :-

What is Black Hole :-

The sunlight  is available  24 hours   on the longest   dat at which latitude of the earth ;-

Equatorial  diameter of planet   'Neptune ' is  :-

International  Date Line  is 180° Longitude:-

The closest   star to the earth is :-

Which option is  not applicable   for the planet   55 Cancri e ;-

Past Experience of Space Sciences MCQs with Answers

Solar System: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. The largest planet in our solar system is _______ (Jupiter).
  2. Earth’s only natural satellite is _______ (the Moon).
  3. Mars, known as the Red Planet, is famous for its large volcanoes like _______ (Olympus Mons).
  4. The asteroid belt lies between the orbits of _______ (Mars and Jupiter).
  5. Saturn’s most recognizable feature is its system of _______ (rings).

Stars and Galaxies: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. The closest star to our solar system is _______ (Proxima Centauri).
  2. The Sun is a star classified as a _______ (yellow dwarf).
  3. Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is a _______ (spiral galaxy).
  4. A group of billions of stars held together by gravity is called a _______ (galaxy).
  5. The vast, empty space between galaxies is called _______ (intergalactic space).

Space Exploration: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. The first human on the Moon was _______ (Neil Armstrong).
  2. The International Space Station (ISS) is a large spacecraft in _______ (low Earth orbit).
  3. The Hubble Space Telescope orbits Earth and captures images of distant objects in the _______ (universe).
  4. Rovers like Curiosity explore the surface of _______ (Mars).
  5. Space agencies like NASA and ESA conduct research and exploration of _______ (space).

Space Phenomena: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. A large, dense object with immense gravity that emits no light is called a _______ (black hole).
  2. A giant explosion of a star is known as a _______ (supernova).
  3. A meteoroid that enters Earth’s atmosphere and burns up is called a _______ (meteor).
  4. The path of a celestial object around another is called its _______ (orbit).
  5. The force that keeps objects in orbit is called _______ (gravity).

Bonus: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. The dwarf planet with a heart-shaped feature on its surface is _______ (Pluto).
  2. The first spacecraft to leave the solar system is _______ (Voyager 1).
  3. The study of the universe and its contents is called _______ (astronomy).
  4. The expansion of the universe is believed to be driven by _______ (dark energy).
  5. The search for extraterrestrial life is known as _______ (SETI).

Space Exploration & Technology: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. The reusable spacecraft designed by SpaceX is called the _______ (Starship).
  2. The first crewed mission to land on Mars is planned by _______ (NASA) in the 2030s.
  3. The James Webb Space Telescope is designed to observe the universe in the _______ (infrared) spectrum.
  4. The Juno spacecraft studies the atmosphere and composition of _______ (Jupiter).
  5. The European Space Agency is developing the _______ (Ariane 6) rocket for future launches.

Stars & Stellar Evolution: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. A binary star system consists of two _______ (stars) orbiting each other.
  2. A star that explodes in a supernova can leave behind a remnant called a _______ (neutron star).
  3. The process by which stars fuse hydrogen into helium is called _______ (nuclear fusion).
  4. A star much larger than our Sun nearing the end of its life is called a _______ (red giant).
  5. A group of young, hot stars formed together is known as an _______ (open cluster).

Universe & Cosmology: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. The Big Bang theory describes the _______ (origin and expansion) of the universe.
  2. Dark matter is a mysterious substance that makes up _______ (most of the mass) in the universe.
  3. The cosmic microwave background radiation is a faint echo of the _______ (Big Bang).
  4. The study of the large-scale structure of the universe is called _______ (cosmology).
  5. Galaxies tend to cluster together in groups called _______ (superclusters).

Space Phenomena & Objects: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. A large cloud of dust and gas where stars are born is called a _______ (nebula).
  2. An asteroid with a tail and icy composition is called a _______ (comet).
  3. A meteor shower occurs when Earth passes through the debris field of a _______ (comet).
  4. A quasar is a distant, extremely luminous object powered by _______ (a supermassive black hole).
  5. Pulsars are rapidly spinning _______ (neutron stars) that emit beams of radiation.

Bonus: (Space Sciences MCQs)

  1. The first artificial satellite launched by the Soviet Union was _______ (Sputnik 1).
  2. The first woman to walk in space was _______ (Svetlana Savitskaya).
  3. The first image of a black hole was captured by the _______ (Event Horizon Telescope).
  4. The search for planets around other stars is known as _______ (exoplanet research).
  5. Artificial intelligence is being used to analyze data from space missions and _______ (discover new phenomena).
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