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1Neutron stars, having masses more than 5 times the solar mass, end their
lives as:
A. white dwarfs
B. red giants
c. black dwarfs
D. black holes
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2The space launching centres in India are located at:
This question has multiple correct options
A. Sriharikota
B. Bengaluru
c. Delhi
D. Thumba
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3The earth’s satellite is moving round the earth in a circular orbit. Which of the
following are true regarding the satellite?
1. Its speed is constant
2. Its velocity is constant
3. Its angular momentum is constant
4. Its gravitational pull is balanced by the centrifugal force
A. 1,3 and 4
B. 2,3 and 4
c. 1,2 and 3
D. 1,2 and 4
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4Patterns of stars in the sky are called
A. Confrontations
B. Comprehensions
c. configurations
D. constellations
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5What is a constellation? Name any two
constellations.
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6The Andromeda Galaxy is
A. 2.3 million light years
B. 3.5 million light years
c. 2 million light years
D. 5.6 million light years
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7The largest planet of the solar system is
A. Jupiter
B. Mars
c. Neptune
D. None of the above
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8Which of the following constellation is seen in June in the northern part of the
sky at night?
A. Ursa Major
B. Ursa Minor
c. scorpio
D. Orion
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9Which is the another unit used by
astronomers for measuring distance to other parts of Milky Way Galaxy?
( A cdot K m )
B. Light year
c. Parsec
D. Meter
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10Uranus has
satellites.
A. 7
B. 17
c. 27
D. 37
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11Name the largest planet of the solar
system.
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12A geostationary satellite appears to remain stationary with respect to
earth’s surface because.
A. It moves with the Moon
B. It moves with a very slow speed
c. It does not move
D. Its period of rotation is identical to the spin of the earth
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13The heavenly body which revolves around a planet is called a
A . comet
B. star
c. satellite
D. nebulae
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14( ln 2006, ) the IAU adopted a new
definition of a planet. IAU stands
for
A. Indian Astronomical Union
B. International Astronomy of Universe
c. International Astronomical Union
D. Indian Astronomy of Universe
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15Fill in the blank:
The Pole star can be located with the
help of
A. Ursa Major
B. Big Dipper
c. saptarshi
D. all of the above
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16Astronomers study about:
A . celestial bodies
B. microorganisms
C. nuclear reactions
D. electricity
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17The boundary of a black hole is called
A. event horizon
B. Schwartzchild radius
c. chandra Sekhar limit
D. Einstein’s space time
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18Because of its highly tilted axis, appears to roll along the orbital plane.
A. Uranus
B. Mercury
c. saturn
D. Venus
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19Fill in the blank:
Hunter constellation can be used to
locate
A. Pole star
B. Apollo
c. sirius
D. Rigel
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20Fill in the blank:
1 mean solar day =
( mathbf{A} cdot 43200 )
B. 86636
c. 21600
D. 10800
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21Identify the wrong statements for
asteroids:
A. Revolve around the Sun
B. Separate inner and outer planets
C. Can only be seen through any telescopes
D. Asteroids are rock-like structures
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22Mention two scales of temperature used
in everyday life. Give at least two examples
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23In which direction from ( beta ) Saptarish (or
Ursa Major or Great Bear) shown in the
figure, do we search for Pole star?
( A cdot alpha ) to ( beta )
B. ( gamma ) to ( delta )
( c cdot beta ) to ( alpha )
D. ( delta ) to ( gamma )
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24The brightest constellation is:
A. Great Bear
B. Cassiopeia
c. Orion
D. Canis Major
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25State the cause of the apparent motion of the sun from east to west.8
26What is the orbital period of halley’s
comet?
A. 66 years
B. 76 years
c. 86 years
D. 96 years
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27Which of the following heavenly bodies is different from others?
A. Ursa Major
B. Ursa Minor
c. Alpha Centauri
D. Scorpio
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28The movement of Moon around Earth is
called
A. Translation
B. Oscillation
c. Rotation
D. Revolution
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29Plutons are the members of solar
system with highly titled orbits. This statement is
A. True
B. False
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30Miriam notices when she goes to the beach that sometimes the water rises
as high as the pier. At other times of the day, the water barely covers the pillars under the pier. These differences in
water level are primarily due to the gravitational influence of which of the following?
A. The sun
B. The Moon
c. Asteroids
D. comets
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31A star like body with a long tail is called:
A. Comet
B. Meteor
c. Meteorite
D. Pluton
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32Sirius can be located by which constellation?
A. The great Bear
B. Cassiopeia
c. Orion
D. Leo Major
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33The approximate tilt of the moons orbit
is:
A. 15 degrees
B. 10 degrees
c. 5 degrees
D. 1 degree
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34The distance of geostationary orbit from the Earth is ( 15,000 mathrm{km} ). This statement
is
A. True
B. False
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35An artificial satellite is used for :
A. communication
B. weather monitoring
c. remote sensing
D. all the above
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36Identify the wrong statement about
Mars.
A. It is called the red planet
B. It is the last inner planet
c. It takes 687 days to complete one revolution around the sun
D. It has 3 moons
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37Moon’s phase cycle repeats on an average of ( _{-}–_{-}- ) days
A . 365
в. 120
c. 15
D. 30
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38Use figure given below that shows our
Solar system to answer the given
questions. The objects ( C ) and ( E ) are
collectively called :
A. Jovian planets
B. Inferior planets
c. Superior planets
D. Gas giants
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39Give reasons for the following: Lunar
eclipse is a more frequent phonomenon than solar eclipse
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40Fill in the blanks:
(a) The planet which is farthest from the Sun is
(b) The planet which appears reddish in colour is
(c) A group of stars that appear to form a pattern in the sky is known as
(d) A celestial body that revolves around a planet is known as
(e) Shooting stars are actually not
(f) Asteroids are found between the
orbits of ( quad ) and
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41are the outer layers of a
star that are lost when the star changes from a red giant to white dwarf
A. planetary nebula
B. dark nebula
c. reflection nebula
D. emission nebula
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42What occurs 15 days after the full moon
day?
A. Half moon day
B. Crescent moon day
c. New moon day
D. None of the above
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43The planet having the largest number of satellites amongst the following is
A. Jupiter
B. Saturn
c. uranus
D. Mars
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44On
( mathbf{2 9} ) October there was a difference of
hour and minute in the
time of the moon rise (as compared to
28 October)
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45Fill in the blank:
In a geostationary orbit, a satellite is at
a distance of from the
Earth
( mathbf{A} cdot 53,880 mathrm{km} )
B . ( 25,880 mathrm{km} )
c. ( 36,000 k m )
D. ( 1,12,000 mathrm{km} )
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46What is a meteorite?
A. A meteor that reaches the surface of Earth
B. Shooting star
C . A constellation
D. A comet
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47Light year is the unit of
A. distance
B. time
c. speed
D. mass
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48Fill in the blank:
The colour of a star is a measure of its:
A . age
B. temperature
( c . ) size
D. distance from the Earth
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49Our earth as well as the sun belongs to the galaxy which has a spiral shape called the
A. Milky way
B. Galaxy
c. Light Year
D. Universe
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50What is the distance of geo-stationary satellites from the Earth?
( mathbf{A} cdot 37,956 mathrm{km} )
B. ( 35,786 mathrm{km} )
c. ( 43,000 mathrm{km} )
D. ( 23,123 mathrm{km} )
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51Which of the following other than planet is (are) member(s) of solar system?
A. Asteroids
B. Constellations
c. Meteors
D. Both A and C
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52A satellite is moving very close to a planet of density ( 8 times 10^{3} k g m^{-3} . ) If ( G= )
( 6.67 times 10^{-11} N m^{2} k g^{-2}, ) then the time
period of the satellite is nearly.
A. ( 420 s )
B. ( 4200 s )
c. 1 hour
D. 1 day
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53Match the columns:8
54Which two moons are also called half
moons?
A. First Quarter & Third Quarter
B. Waning Crescent & Waxing Crescent
c. waxing crescent & First Quarter
D. Full & New Moon
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55Scorpio is an example of:
A. Comet
B. constellation
c. Asteroid
D. Meteorite
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56Which of the following is a consequence of the fact that the rotation and
revolution periods of the moon are the same?
A. The moon keeps the same face turned toward the earth
B. The moon can never be seen from one hemisphere of the earth
c. All lunar phases can be seen from the earth
D. There are about 12 months per year
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57A meteor is:
A . a rapidly moving star
B. a piece of matter which has entered the Earth’s atmosphere from outer space
C. part of a constellation
D. a comet without a tail
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58Velocity of light is
A ( cdot 3 times 10^{4} k m / s )
в. ( 3 times 10^{6} k m / s )
c. ( 3 times 10^{5} k m / s )
D. ( 3 times 10^{3} k m / s )
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59What does the Big Bang Theory say?
A. All of the matter in the Universe exploded from a tiny, dense point
B. Two galaxies collided causing a big bang
C. The universe was created in its current location
D. The universe is collapsing and getting smaller.
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60The man-made objects which orbit the
Earth are:
A. Moon
B. U.F.O
c. Artificial satellites
D. Asteroids
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61Name the first artificial satellite sent by Russia in space.8
62Which of the following is NOT a planet of our Solar System?
A . sirius
B. Mercury
c. Saturn
D. Earth
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63was launched in the
honour of Kalpana Chawla, a space scientist of Indian origin, who died in mishap in a space vehicle. Fill in the blank.
A. INSAT-3E
B. INSAT-3D
c. INSAT-1A
D. INSAT-IID
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64Fill in the blanks:
In Ursa Major, stars form the
shape of the handle and stars
form the shape of the bowl of the ladle
respectively.
A . 4,3
в. 5,6
( c .3,4 )
D. 2,
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65The longitude on which the Indian Standard Time is based is:
( mathbf{A} cdot 60^{circ} E )
B ( cdot 66 frac{1^{circ}}{2}^{E} )
( mathbf{c} cdot 72 frac{1^{0}}{2} E )
D. ( 82 frac{1^{circ}}{2}^{E} )
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66Shooting star is another name for
A . comet
B. meteor
c. nubulae
D. solar flare
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67The ( 6563 A ) line emitted by hydrogen atom in a star is found to be red shifted by 5 , is the speed with which the star is receding from the earth is:
A ( cdot 17.3 times 10^{3} mathrm{m} / mathrm{s} )
B . ( 4.29 times 10^{7} mathrm{m} / mathrm{s} )
c. ( 3.39 times 10^{5} mathrm{m} / mathrm{s} )
D. ( 2.29 times 10^{5} mathrm{m} / mathrm{s} )
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68Which of the following are properties of
the pole star?
This question has multiple correct options
A. It lies far from the axis of rotation of Earth
B. It does not appear to move
C. It appears to be overhead when seen from either North or South Pole
D. It can be located with the help of Ursa Major.
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69Fill in the blank:
The planet farthest from the Sun is
A. Jupiter
B. Saturn
c. Uranus
D. Neptune
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70To locate the Pole Star using Ursa Major, to which direction should the imaginary line be drawn?
A. North
B. west
c. East
D. south
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71Which planets are called inner planets?8
72Thickness of mantle of Earth is
approximately:
( A cdot 4,000 mathrm{km} )
B. 3,500 km
c. ( 3,200 mathrm{km} )
D. ( 2,890 mathrm{km} )
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73Mark the following statements as true
(T) or false (F):
(a) Pole Star is a member of the solar
system.
(b) Mercury is the smallest planet of the solar system.
(1)
(c) Uranus if the farthest planet in the solar system.
()
(d) INSAT is an artificial satellite.
(1)
(e) There are nine planets in the solar
system.
()
(f) Constellation Orion can be seen only with a telescope.
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74The process of acquiring information about an object or phenomenon without making actual physical contact within, as opposed to onsite observation is called :
A. Remote Sensing
B. Actuation
c. Transducing
D. None of the above
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75Jupiter has a thick atmosphere of which reflects most of
the sun light falling on it.
A. Oxygen
B. Helium
c. Nitrogen
D. Hydrogen
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76Which word also means ‘growing’?
A. waxing
B. Waning
C. Gibbous
D. crescent
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77The other name(s) for Ursa Major is
are
A. the Big Dipper
B. the Saptarshin
( mathbf{c} ). the Great Bear
D. all of the above
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78Match the columns
( mathbf{A} )
( B )
(1) Speed of
(a) 4.3 light years away from light earth
(2) Light year
(b) ( 300,000 mathrm{km} / mathrm{s} )
(3) Sun
(c) Nearest star
(4) Alpha
(d) distance travelled by light in Centauri ( quad ) one year
(e) 18 light minutes away from the Earth
A. ( 1-d ) 2-d, ( 3-a, 4-e )
B. ( 1-a, 2-b, 3-c, 4-e )
( mathbf{C} cdot 1-mathrm{d}, 2-mathrm{b}, 3-mathrm{e}, 4-mathrm{c} )
D. ( 1-b, 2-d, 3-c, 4-a )
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79During a New moon phase, what is the configuration of Moon, Earth, and Sun?
A. Moon is between Earth and Sun
B. Sun is between Moon and Earth
c. Earth is between Moon and Earth.
D. They are not in a straight line.
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80Do all the stars in the sky move?
Explain.
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81Which of the following planets takes
minimum time to take one revolution
around the Sun?
A. Mercury
B. Jupiter
c. saturn
D. Pluto
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82There is life on Earth because of:
A. optimum sunlight
B. presence of water and atmosphere
c. presence of ozone layer
D. all of the above
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83The planets revolve round the sun in orbits.
A. circular
B. spiral
c. elliptical
D. helical
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84Surface gravity of different planets in correct decreasing order is
A. Neptune, Jupiter, Saturn, Earth
B. Jupiter, Neptune, Earth, Saturn
c. Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn, Earth
D. Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, Saturn
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85The globe of Saturn can contain about
A. 150 Earths
B. 472Earths
c. 355 Earths
D. 729 Earths
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86( mathrm{X}^{prime} ) is a group of stars visible during winter season in the late evening. It resembles a hunter in the kneeling position. What is ‘X’?
A. Ursa Major
B. Orion
c. cassiopeia
D. Aquarius
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87The white dwarf star mainly consists of
A. neutrons only
B. protons only
c. electrons only
D. protons and electrons
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88Fill in the blank:
A shooting star is a
A . comet
B. meteor
c. meteorite
D. none of the above
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89Fill in the blank with appropriate word to complete the sentence.

The planets do not possess their own and

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90Write an essay on Indian space
programme
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91The method of measuring distance to stars beyond 100 light-years is
A. Capheid variable stars
B. Heid variable stars
c. Lowheid variable stars
D. None
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92The observed wavelength of light
coming from a distant galaxy is found
to be increased by ( 0.5 % ) as compared
with that coming from a terrestrial
source. The galaxy is.
A. Stationary with respect t to the earth
B. Approching the earth with velocity of light
C. Receding from the earth with velocity of light
D. Receding from the earth with a velocity equal to ( 1.5 times ) ( 10^{6} mathrm{m} / mathrm{s} )
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93Mercury is closer to the Sun than the
Venus. But Venus is hotter than Mercury
This is because
A. Mercury has no atmosphere and Venus has a thick atmosphere which can retain the heat.
B. Mercury is mostly made up of sedimentary rocks while Venus contains igneous rocks.
C. Mercury being closer to the Sun, Sun absorbs the heat of the Mercury.
D. All of the above are true.
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94The laws governing the movement of celestial bodies are studied under the
branch of physics called
A. spintronics
B. astrophysics
c. nuclear physics
D. nano physics
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95The first satellite to put into space by India is:
A . INSAT
B. Aryabhatta
c. Rohini
D. Bhaskara
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96Halley’s comet was first seen by
A. Galileo
B. Copernicus
c. Halley
D. Newton
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97Which of the following is NOT true for
supernova?
A. A supernova is stellar explosion.
B. Supernova can produce elements like titanium, iron, cobalt and nickel.
C. The Sun is likely to become a supernova.
D. The core collapse that causes some supernovas may result in the formation of a black hole remnant.
E. Supernovas can outshine an entire galaxy for a brief period of time.
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98Which of the following is not a celestial body of the universe?
A. Earth
B. Star
c. Planet
D. Aeroplane
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99Meteorites are useful because:
A. those can be stored in the museum
B. those help the scientists in studying the material from which the solar system was formed
C. those cause destruction
D. those are only rocks
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100In which of the following months, the Great Bear constellation can be seen
clearly in the northern part of the sky at night?
A. October
B. December
c. April
D. June
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101The branch of science that deals with
the study of universe is called:
A. Anthropology
B. Astronomy
c. Geology
D. Universe
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102The moon is a natural source of light. State whether true or false.
A. True
B. False
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103The moon takes ( _{–}-_{-}- ) days to
complete one spin
A . 25
B . 26
c. 27
D . 28
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104The prediction of the existence of black holes came from which theory or law?
A. Newton’s law of universal gravitation
B. Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction
c. quantum theory.
D. Einstein’s theory of general relativity
E. Snell’s law.
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105Meteors are commonly known as:
A. comets
B. Stars
c. Asteroids
D. shooting stars
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106are those with
structure similar to that of earth.
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107The planet, is called
morning or evening star.
A. Jupiter
B. Venus
c. Saturn
D. Earth
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108Fill in the blank:
To locate Sirius with the help of Orion, an imaginary line is to be drawn towards
A. South
B. North
c. west
D. East
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109Cassiopeia appears in hemisphere.
A. northern
B. southern
c. eastern
D. western
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110Which type of force caused this fault to
form?
A. compression
B. tension.
c. shear
D. divergent.
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111Mangal is the Indian name of the
A. Earth
B. Mars
c. Uranus
D. Pluto
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112What is celestial object?
A. Naturally occurring physical entity which exists in observable universe
B. Artificially occurring physical entity which exists in observable universe
C. Naturally occurring physical entity which exists in observable solar system
D. None
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113What are Comets?8
114The star which lies immediately above the Earth’s North Pole is called the
A. pole star
B. alpha Centauri
c. sun
D. none of these
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115Which of the following are members of Solar system? This question has multiple correct options
A. Asteroids
B. Shooting star
c. sun
D. Artificial satellite
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116Phases of the moon occur because:
A. We can see only that part of the moon which reflects light towards us
B. Our distance from the moon keeps changing
C. The shadow of the Earth covers only a part of moon’s surface
D. The thickness of the moon’s atmosphere is not constant
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117At which phase the moon is nearest to
the sun?
A. New Moon
B. Full Moon
c. First Quater
D. Third Quater
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118sky appears blue because of
A. Total Internal
B. Scattering
c. Refraction
D. Total internal reflection
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119Which of the following is the correct order of consecutive the phases of
Moon?
A. Last quarter, Waxing crescent, New moon
B. Waxing crescent, New moon, Last quarter
c. New moon, Waxing crescent, Last quarter
D. New moon, Last quarter, Waxing crescent
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120The full moon night is called:
A. Purnima
B. Amavasya
c. Both (A) and (B)
D. None of them
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121The mean distance between the Earth
and Sun as well as the distances within the solar system is represented by
A. light year
B. astronomical units
c. parsec
D. Angstrom
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122Fill in the blanks.
Earth’s diameter is roughly times more than
that of the moon.
A. Four
B. Five
( c . ) six
D. Seven
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123The movement of Earth around its
axis is called
A. Rotation
B. Translation
c. Revolution
D. Oscillation
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124Fill in the blanks:
The period between two consecutive
new moon days is and is
called a
A. 31 days, month
B. 7 days, week
c. 15 days, fortnight
D. slightly longer than 29 days, month
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125Name the planet which is least dense among all the planets.
A. Mercury
B. Mars
c. Saturn
D. Jupiter
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126The average distance between Earth and the Sun is ( 1.496 times 10^{8} k m ) and the
speed of light coming from the Sun is ( 3 times 10^{8} m / s . ) How much time will it
take for Sun’s rays to reach Earth?
A. 3 min
B. ( 498.66 s )
c. ( 8 min 30 s )
D. ( 554 s )
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127Diamond Ring is a phenomenon
observed:
A. at the start of a total solar eclipse
B. at the end of a total solar eclipse
C. only along the peripheral regions of the totality trail
D. only in the central regions of the totality trail
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128The radius of the solar system is
A. 39.5 light years
B. 39.5 parsec
c. 39.5 АU
D. none of these
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129Which of the following planets is coldest in the solar system?
A. Mercury
B. Venus
c. Neptune
D. Earth
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130Which statement is wrong from the
following?

Statement 1: METSAT is useful for
weather forecasting. Statement 2: INSAT is useful for Direct
To Home (DTH) transmission
Statement 3: CARTOSAT is useful
astronomical observation.
A. Statement
B. Statement 3
c. Statement 1 and 2
D. Statement 2

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131Which is the first and biggest asteroid discovered?
A. Vesta
B. Titan
c. Ceres
D. charon
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132Boojho made the following sketch (see
fig.) of the solar system. Is the sketch
correct? If not, correct it.
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133After the period of how many days half moon can be seen?
A. 7 or 22 days
B. 1 or 30 days
c. 15 days
D. 10 or 17 days
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134The interior region of earth between the crust and the central core is called
A. Mantle
B. lava
c. мagma
D. none of these
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135On ( 31 s t ) October the time of setting of
the moon given as ( 12: 03 . ) Have you ever
seen the moon at 12 in the afternoon?
Why dont we easily see the moon or
stars during the day?
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136Find the odd one out:
A. Solar day
B. Moon day
c. second
D. Light year
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137If the light from star ( A ) takes 15 min to
reach star ( boldsymbol{B} ) and the speed of light is ( 3 times 10^{8} m / s, ) then what is the distance
between the stars?
A ( .2 .7 times 10^{8} k m )
В . ( 2,9 times 10^{11} k m )
c. ( 2.7 times 10^{8} m )
D. ( 36 times 10^{9} k m )
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138The group of islands formed by corals is
A. Andaman
B. Nicobar
C. Lakshadweep
D. st. Mary’s
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139Fill in the blank:
does not appear to move.
A. sirius
B. Pole star
c. vega
D. Rigel
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140The Big Bang Theory explains:
A. the beginning of life
B. origin of the universe
c. law of Gravity
D. why the universe was created
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141Semi molten rocks which together made up third layer of Earth Mantle are
known as:
A . ores
B. rust rocks
c. crust
D. magma
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142Why does sun appear to be bigger and brighter as compared to other stars?8
143Fill in the blank with appropriate word
to complete the sentence.
The Amavasya night occurs about days after the Poonima night
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144Fill in the blank with appropriate word
to complete the sentence. The Greek word which is the origin of
the word “planets” means
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145Polar satellites:
A. are high altitude satellite
B. are widely used for telecommunication
C. are used for environmental studies
D. go around the Earth in a East-West direction
E. have time-period of rotation of 24 hours
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146The relative positions of the stars in the
night sky
A. are absolutely fixed and therefore we can name constellations with certainty.
B. change appreciably over about four thousand years, which is why the ancient. Egyptians named different constellations than those of today
C . are changing, but very slowly such that appreciable change cannot be observed even over several centuries or even several thousand years.
D. appear to change because the sun moves among them over the course of a year.
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147The difference in the length of a mean
solar day and a sidereal day is about
A. 1 minute
B. 4 minute
c. 15 minute
D. 56 minute
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148Horse head Nebula in Orion are dense
clouds of molecular hydrogen which partially or completely absorb the light from the stars behind them. These are
called
A. planetary nebula
B. dark nebula
c. reflection nebula
D. emission nebula
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149Constellation Orion can be seen only with a telescope.
A . True
B. False
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150Only few stars of a constellation are
clearly visible through naked eyes because:
A. those are the prominent ones
B. those are close to the Earth while others are far away
c. others are covered by clouds
D. others are a myth
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151Which planet has atmosphere up to ( 1 % ) of the atmosphere of the Earth?
A. Mars
B. Venus
c. Jupiter
D. Saturn
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152Globular clusters of stars rotate about
most galaxies just like planets rotate about the Sun. The mass of the galaxy needed to keep them in orbit is much greater than the known mass of the
galaxy. In fact, only few percent of the
necessary mass can be seen. The missing mass is
A. found in black hole
B. is called black matter.
c. is called dark matter.
D. is called dark mass
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153The planet farthest from the Earth is
A. Pluto
B. Mercury
c. Neptune
D. Saturn
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154Which of the following constellations resembles a big kite with a tail?
A. Ursa Major
B. Ursa Minor
c. scorpio
D. Orion
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155Fill in the blank:
In a constellation, form a
recognizable shape.
A. stars
B. planets
c. meteroids
D. comets
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156Match the following:
( boldsymbol{A} )
( boldsymbol{B} )
(1) Ursa Major
(a) Early part of summer night
(2) Orion
(b) Late part of winter evenings
(3) Cassiopeia
(c) Early part of winter night
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157Write the full name of ISRO.8
158The Indian name of the Little Bear
constellation is:
A. Dhruv Tara
B. Bichchhu
c. Laghu saptarishi
D. Krittika
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159Which of the following is the biggest planet?
A. Jupiter
B. Venus
C. Mercury
D. Pluto
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160In which of the following orbits are the TV broadcasting satellites placed?
A. Semi-synchronous orbitt
B. Sun-synchronous orbit
c. Geostationary orbitt
D. Geo-synchronous orbit
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161At what phase are the earth, moon and
sun are in approximate alignment? This question has multiple correct options
A. Full Moon
B. New Moon
c. waning crescent
D. waxing crescent
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162What is known as Astronomical Unit
( (A cup) ? )
A. Average distance between Earth and Sun
B. Average distance between Sun and Moon
C. Average distance between Moon and Earth
D. Average distance between Earth and Star
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163Which of the following properties is not exhibited by planets?
A. Do not have their own light
B. Revolve around the sun and rotate around itself
c. Keep changing their position
D. Follow randomly changing orbits
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164Which is the first phase of the moon
cycle?
A. Waxing Cresent
B. Waning Crescent
c. New Moon
D. Full Moon
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165The planet which shows retrograde motion is
A. Venus
B. Mercury
c. Jupiter
D. Mars
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166Orion nebula glows brightly because the gas in it is energised by the stars that have already formed within it, such
types of nebula are called
as
A. planetary nebula
B. dark nebula
c. reflection nebula
D. emission nebula
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167Q Type your question.
represent the phase of the moon?
( A )
в.
( c )
( D )
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168stated that Sun was the
centre of our universe and not Earth.
A. Albert Einstein
B. Isaac Newton
c. Nicolaus coppernicus
D. Galileo Galilei
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169When the door of a refrigerator in a
room is kept open, the temperature of
the room
If Decreases – then write 0
if Increases then write 1
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170When did the Indian National
Committee for Space Research form?
A. October 1960
B. November 1962
c. october 1962
D. November 1960
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171Which types of clothes are more suitable for the winter season?
A. cotton clothes
B. Sweater
c. Raincoats
D. All of the above
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172Fill in the blank:
Mercury and have no
natural satellites
A. Mars
B. Saturn
c. venus
D. Jupiter
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173Leaving the 3 middle stars apart, which shape is formed by the remaining 4 bright starts of the Orion?
A . Circle
B. Irregular circle
c. Triangle
D. Quadrilateral
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174The star-like objects at the edge of the universe are
A. comets
B. Black holes
c. Galaxies
D. Quasars
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175Titan is the largest satellite of the planet
A. Mars
B. Venus
c. Saturn
D. Jupiter
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176Which of the following is the application of cryogenic techniques?
A. Many infra-red cameras require their detectors to be cryogenically cooled.
B. Certain rare blood groups are stored at low temperatures, such as 165 C
c. Experimental research on certain physics phenomena such as spintronics and magnetotransport properties
D. All of the above
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177The large bright stars with a cool
surface of ( 2000^{circ} mathrm{C} ) to ( 3000^{circ} mathrm{C} ), formed
during the later stages of the evolution
of a star like the sun as it runs out of
( H_{2} ) fuel at its center
are
( mathbf{A} cdot ) red dwarf
c. red giants
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178Shooting star is another name for
A . comet
B. meteor
c. solar flare
D. nebulae
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179Shooting stars are actually not meteors.
A. True
B. False
8
180Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are known as the ( _{text {- – }-text { – planets. }} )
A. inner
B. cold
c. outer
D. dwarf
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181Which moon is also referred to as “Dark
Moon’!
A. Full Moon
B. Waning Crescent
c. New Moon
D. waning Gibbous
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182Which of the following is NOT true for
comets?
A. Some comets are believed to have originated in a region near the edge of the orbit of the outer planets in our solar system called the “scattered disk” that overlaps a region called the Kuiper belt
B. Some comets are believed to have originated in the outer-most region associated with our solar system, called the Oort cloud
C. The tail of a comet gives the comet its propulsion, like rocket fuel out the back end of a rocket
D. The tails of comets generally point away from the sun and are made of two major parts-a dusty part (that curves a bit) and an ionic part
E. Comets often contain significant amounts of water
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183A waxing crescent moon
A. is a phase where in the crescent increases from one day to another
B. is a phase where in the crescent decreases from one day to another
C. is a phase where in the next day to the crescent is a new moon day
D. is a phase where in the next day to the crescent is a full moon day
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184The main sequence on the H-R diagram includes
A. about 90 percent of all stars
B. white dwarfs
c. red giants
D. pulsars
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185When a star of mass ( 9 times 10^{30} ) kg ends
as a black hole, the
Schwarzschild radius of the star is
( left(G=6.7 times 10^{-11} mathrm{Nm}^{2} mathrm{kg}^{-2}right) )
A . ( 13.4 mathrm{m} )
B. 6.7 ( m )
( c cdot 13.4 mathrm{km} )
D. ( 26.8 mathrm{km} )
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186Fill in the blank:
Ursa major appears to revolve around
the
A. sirius
B. Alpha Persei
c. Pole star
D. Alpha Centauri
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187Which one of the following planets has largest number of natural satellites or
moons?
A. Jupiter
B. Mars
c. saturn
D. Venus
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188What is the big bang?
A. The collision of galaxies.
B. The formation of galaxies.
C. The beginning of the universe’s expansion.
D. The time when stars began to form.
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189The credit for the discovery of rings of the Saturn goes to
A. Kepler
B. Galileo
c. Newton
D. copernicus
8
190State whether true or false:
Comets and meteoroids are also the
minor members of the solar system.
A. True
B. False
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191The temperature of the centre of the Earth is about
A ( cdot 4000^{circ} mathrm{C} )
в. ( 6000^{circ} mathrm{C} )
( mathbf{c} cdot 10^{4^{circ}} C )
D. ( 10^{6^{circ}} mathrm{C} )
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192Mass of Jupiter is ………… times that of
Earth
A . 318
B. 195
( c cdot 95 )
D. 0.8
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193Fill in the blank:
Stars appear to move from
A. West to East
B. East to west
c. North to South
D. Northeast to Southwest
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194A geostationary satellite
A. moves faster than the near Earth satellite.
B. has a time period less than that of a near Earth satellite.
C . revolves about the polar axis.
D. is stationary in space.
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195What is the fundamental component of universe known as?
A. Galaxy
B. Universe
c. Asteroids
D. meteors
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196What kind of eclipse do we see when the moon is entirely within the Earth’s umbral shadow?
A. Partial lunar
B. Total solar
c. Total lunar
D. Partial solar
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197The planet also known as morning star
is:
A. Mars
B. Mercury
c. Earth
D. Venus
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198Which of the following is not a unit of time?
A. Calendar year
B. Solar year
c. Light year
D. Tropical year
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199According to the size, identify the
correct decreasing order:
a) Original star
b) Red giant
c) White Dwarf
( A cdot a, b, c )
B. b, c, a
( c cdot c, a, b )
D. b, a, c
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200In which of the following phases of Moon we can see the entire half of the moon
surface that is lit?
A. Full Moon
B. New Moon
c. waning Gibbous
D. Last Quarter
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201One light year is equal to
A. 3.26 parsec
B . ( 3.26 mathrm{km} )
c. 3.26 AU
D. ( frac{1}{3.26} ) parsec
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202The universe consists of:
A. Galaxies
B. Planets
c. stars
D. All of the above
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203Assertion
The earth’s magnetic field is due to iron present in its core.
Reason
At a high temperature magnet losses its magnetic property or magnetism.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
c. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Assertion is incorrect but Reason is correct
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204Which of the following are examples of celestial objects?
A. Asteroids
B. Moons
c. Planets
D. All of above
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205One light year is equal to
( A cdot 3.26 ) parsec
B. 3.26km
c. 3.26 A.U.
D. ( frac{1}{3.26} ) parsec
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206When we look towards the pole star, it
appears stationary because
A. it is very far from Earth as compared to other stars.
B. it moves with much lesser speed than others stars.
C. it is pointing exactly in the south direction.
D. it is pointing exactly in the north direction.
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207Match items in column A with one or
more items in column
( begin{array}{ll}text { Column } A & text { Column } B \ text { (i) Inner planet } & text { (a) Saturn } \ text { (ii) Outer planet } & text { (i) }end{array} ) er planet (k Outer p er plane I (b) Pole star (iii) Constellation
(iv) Satellite of the earth
(d) Moon
(e) Earth
(f) Orion
(g) Mars
( A )
( (i)-g, e(i i)-a(i i i)-c, f(i v)-d )
B ( cdot(i)-g, e(i i)-c, f(i i i)-a(i v)-d )
C ( .(i)-a(i i)-b(i i i)-c, f(i v)-d )
D. None of these
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208Light moves at velocity of roughly kms in every second.
A. 300,000
B. 500000
( c cdot 100000 )
D. 400000
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209The age of our solar system is approximately
A . 4600 million years
B. 4.6 million years
c. 460 million years
D. 460 billion years
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210The country that lies to the south-west of India is
A. Maldives
B. Pakistan
c. srilanka
D. Bangladesh
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211The meteors seldom reach the earth
because of :
A. freezing caused when they pass through the atmosphere
B. vapourization caused when they pass through the atmosphere
c. greater force of attraction towards sun
D. greater force of attraction towards moon
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212What is NCSR?
A. National Commission for Space Research
B. National Committee for Space Research
C. National Commission for Space Reaction
D. National Commission for Space Reading
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213At what phase the entire illuminated portion of the moon is seen?
A. New Moon
B. Full Moon
c. waxing gibbous
D. First Quater
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214Chandrasekhar limit is about:
A. 2.4 times the solar mass
B. 1.4 times the solar mass
C. 14 times the solar mass
D. 24 times the solar mass
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215Comet is an object with a head and a ( _{-}-_{-}-_{-}-_{-}- ) tail.
A. pale, long
B. bright, long
c. pale, short
D. bright, short
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216Match the columns
( begin{array}{ll}boldsymbol{A} & boldsymbol{B} \ text { (1) Stars } & text { (a) Pollution free } \ text { (2) Objects in the sky } & text { (b) Do not twinkle } \ text { (3) Planets } & text { (c) Twinkling bodies } \ text { (4) Clearsky } & text { (d) Celestial bodies }end{array} )
A. ( 1-c, 2-d, 3-b, 4-a )
B. ( 1-d, 2-a, 3-c, 4-b )
C. ( 1-b, 2-c, 3-a, 4-d )
D. ( 1-c, 2-a, 3-d, 4-b )
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217Which of the following is NOT a member of the solar system?
A. An asteroid
B. A satellite
c. A constellation
D. A comet
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218If the temperature of a star is in the order of million degrees celsius it appears in colour.
A. White
B. Red
c. Yellow
D. Blue
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219Which of the following is a satellite of Neptune?
( A ). Titon
B. Phobos
c. Deimos
D. Triton
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220Stars produce heat energy and light due to the fusion of
A. oxygen
B. Hydrogen
c. helium
D. ozone
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221Which one of the following planets has the largest number of natural
satellites?
A. Jupiter
B. Neptune
c. saturn
D. Uranus
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222The remote sensing satellite is not used
for:
A. ground water surveys
B. crop yield surveys
c. television broadcasting
D. spying for military purposes
8
223Explain how you can locate the Pole Star
with the help of Ursa Major.
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224Stars which appear single to the naked eye but are double when seen through a telescope are
A. novas and supernovas
B. binaries
c. asteroids
D. quasars
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225Which method is used by astronomers to calculate how far the star is?
A. Parallax
B. Equillax
c. Purplex
D. None
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226The first Indian built rocket was
launched from:
A. Bangalore
B. Sriharikota
c. Thumba
D. Trivandrum
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227The outermost layer of earth is known
as:
A . crust
B. Plate
c. core
D. zone
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228Satellite performs:
A. weather forcasting
B. telecommunication and remote sensing
C . defense planning
D. all of the above
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229What are geostationary satellites?
Write any one use of them.
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230Fill in the blank:
Ursa Major :: Orion:
Hunter
A. Big Dipper
B. Leo Major
c. Great Bear
D. Saptarshi
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231Who is regarded chief of solar system?
A. Sun
B. Moon
c. Earth
D. sky
8
232Two small balls having equal positive charge ( Q ) (coulomb) on each are
suspended by two insulating strings of equal length ( L ), from a hook
fixed to a stand. If the whole set up is
taken in a satellite
then the angle ( theta ) between the two strings is : (in equillibrium)
A ( cdot O^{circ} )
В. ( 90^{circ} )
( c cdot 180^{circ} )
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233Short Answer Type Question. Name the two extreme shapes of the
moon. When and at what intervals do
they occur?
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234Why tail of comets is formed,when it
comes closer to sun?
A. Ice presents in the comets gets vapourised
B. When is comes closer to sun, vapour converts in to ice
C. Dust particle in the comets gets heated
D. Water present in comets gets cooled
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235The radius of a black hole ( left(R_{B}right) ) and its
Schwarzschild radius ( left(R_{S}right) ) are related
as:
A ( cdot R_{B}>R_{S} )
B ( . R_{B} geq R_{S} )
( mathbf{c} cdot R_{B} leq R_{S} )
D. ( R_{B}=R_{S}=infty )
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236The sun is a typical star
which is classified as having a temperature in the range of 5000 to
( mathbf{6 0 0 0 K} )
A. ( G 1 )
в. ( G 2 )
( c . G 3 )
D. ( G 4 )
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237Which of the following is NOT a member of the solar system?
A. An asteroid
B. A satellite
c. A constellation
D. A comet
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238In the figure numbers 1 to 12 indicate
different positions of the Earth in its
orbit around the sun. Which number
indicates the position of the Earth in the
month of Chingam (Leo)?
8
239Transponder is a device in satellites to:
A. correct the orbit of satellite
B. photograph features of the Earth
C. receive and broadcast audio and video signals
D. spy on criminals
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240The biggest star in the night sky is
A. Rigel
B. sirius
c. Proxima centauri
D. Betelgeuse
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241The exploding star is called
A. super nova
B. black hole
C . pulsar
D. none of these
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242Which part of the solar system is farthest from the sun?
A. Pluto
B. The Oort cloud
c. The asteroid belt
D. The milky way
E. The Kuiper belt
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243Do all the stars in the sky move? Explain8
244How is ecliptic related to solar constellations?8
245Pluto is termed as the
planet.
A. inner
B. outer
c. dwarf
D. giant
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246All the stars appear to move from
A. west to east
B. east to west
c. north to south
D. south to north
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247Plates move towards each other in :
A. divergent boundaryy
B. tensional boundary
c. conservative boundary
D. compression boundary
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248Fill in the blank:
Vrishchika is the Indian name for
constellation.
A. Virgo
B. Gemini
c. Leo
D. Scorpio
8
249The rough estimation of visible matter
in the universe is:
A . ( 70 % )
B. ( 80 % )
( mathrm{c} .90 % )
D. ( 10 % )
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250Use figure given below that shows our
Solar system to answer the given questions. The region H represents :
A. Meteor belt
B. Kuiper belt
c. Asteroid bel
Dort Cloud
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251As per modern classification of solar
system, number of planets excluding Earth is:
( A cdot 7 )
B. 8
( c .9 )
D. 10
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252What was the aim of launching of Aryabhatta satellite?
A. To study the Moon
B. To study the Atmosphere
c. To study the Mars planet
D. To study the space
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253Which of the following constellation contains the Pole Star?
A. Ursa Major
B. Ursa Minor
c. Pleides
D. Orion
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254All meteors reach the surface of the
Earth. This statement is
A. True
B. False
8
255The planet Uranus rotates on its axis from
A. east to west
B. west to east
c. north to south
D. south to north
8
256How much time does it take for the
Earth to revolve around itself?
A. 365 days
B. 24 hours
c. 30 hours
D. 4 weeks
8
257Fill in the blank:
The Indian name of the Orion
constellation is
A. Krittika
B. Mriga
c. Bichchhu
D. None of the above
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258Remote sensing satellites are placed in which of the following orbits?
A. Geo-synchronous
B. Semi-synchronous
c. Sun-synchronous
D. Sub-synchronous
8
259During the formation of rain, when water vapour changes back to liquid in the form of rain drops:
A. Heat is absorbed
B. Heat is released
c. Heat is first absorbed and then released
D. Both (A) and (B)
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260The bright streaks of light seen occasionally in the sky are
A. planets
B. satellites
c. meteors
D. constellations
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261Any heavenly body having light of its own is called a
A. nebulae
B. star
c. comet
D. meteorite
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262Which statement is wrong from the
following?
Statement-1: METSAT is useful for
weather forecasting. Statement -2: INSAT is useful for
Direct to Home (DTH) transmission
Statement-3: CARTOSAT is useful for
astronomical observation.
A. Statement -1
B. Statement -3
c. Statement-1 and 2
D. Statement -2
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263The vast surrounding space is called
A . Galaxy
B. Universe
c. Planet
D. None of these
8
264Which of the following is largest in size among all?
A. Saturn
B. Jupiter
c. Neptune
D. Mercury
8
265The National Capital Territory of India is
A. Kolkata
B. Chennai
c. New Delhi
D. Mumbai
8
266Do the planets twinkle like stars? (Yes)
No)
8
267Which member of solar system also known as minor planets?
A. comet
B. Asteroids
c. Meteors
D. stars
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268Why do we see only one side of the moon
always?
8
269What happens to the moon after full
moon day?
8
270If new moon day is day ( 1, ) then what is
the day of the crescent moon?
A. 7
B. 10
( c .3 )
D. 14
8
271For a GPS navigation to track a mobile
device, we use :-
A. 3 -satellites one for latitude, another for longitude and third for altitude
B. 4 -satellites one for altitude and 3 for position on ground
C. 2 -satellites one for position on ground one for altitude
D. 1 satellite only
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272The distance between the sun and the
earth is
A . 150 million kilometers
B. 100 million kilometers
c. 2 billion kilometers
D. 1.2 light years
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273After the supernova explosion, the mass of remaining star should be greater than ( _{–}- ) times solar mass, only
then it turns into a black hole.
A.
B. 2
( c cdot 3 )
( D cdot 4 )
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274Which is natural satellite of Earth?
A. INSAT
B. Moon
c. sputnik
D. Aryabhatta
8
275Fill in the blank:
Ursa Major appears like
A . a ladle
B. a quadrilateral
c. the letter’M
D. a huntter
8
276The change in seasons on the Earth
occurs because
A. the distance between the Earth and the Sun is not
constant.
B. the axis of rotation of the Earth is parallel to the plane of its orbit.
C. the axis of rotation of the Earth is perpendicular to the plane of its orbit.
D. the axis of rotation of the Earth is tilted with respect to the plane of its orbit.
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277If ( M ) is mass of the Sun, then the mass
of a white dwarf star may be
( mathbf{A} cdot M )
в. ( 2 M )
( c .3 M )
D. ( 4 M )
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278Identify the wrong statement about Ursa major.
A. It can be used to locate Pole star.
B. It is seen during winter.
c. It is also called the Big Dipper
D. It has 7 prominent stars
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279A neutron star has a density equal to that of the nuclear matter. Assuming the star to be spherical, find the radius of a neutron star whose mass is ( 4.0 times )
( 10^{30} k g( ) twice the mass of the sun)
8
280Explain the Indian concept in context of the origin of the universe?8
281Draw sketches to show the relative
positions of prominent stars in
(a) Ursa Major and
(b) Orion
8
282The distance of a galaxy from the earth is of the order of ( 10^{25} ) m. The time taken
by light to reach the earth from the galaxy is
A. ( 3 times 10^{14} ) s
B . ( 3 times 10^{16} ) s
c. ( 3 times 10^{18} mathrm{s} )
D. ( 3 times 10^{20} mathrm{s} )
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283The nearest star to the earth
is
A. Moon
B. Proxima centauri
c. sirius
D. sun
8
2841 parsec equals to:
( mathbf{A} cdot 3.26 ) light years
B . ( 3.1 times 10^{13} mathrm{km} )
C ( .1 .92 times 10^{13} ) miles
D. all of the above
8
285The point at which a satellite launched from earth into lunar orbit is nearest to
the surface of the moon is called.
A. Pericynthion
B. Perithelion
c. Aphelion
D. Apocynthion
8
286The commercial cryogenic processing industry was founded in ( 1966 mathrm{by} )
A. James William
B. Ed Busch
C. Robert Henry
D. None of the above
8
287Under whose leadership the Atomic Energy Department of India was established?
A. Homi Jahangir Bhabha
B. Vikram Sarabhai
c. Satish Dhawan
D. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
8
288Orion is a name of a:
A . star planet
B. planet
c. galaxy
D. constellation
8
289To be known as a constellation, a collection of stars should form
A. a geometric form
B. a recognisable shape
c. a straight line
D. a circular form
8
290Ursa Major resembles:
A. a bear
B. a bowl
C. a hunter
D. a dog
8
291Which of the following is NOT true for
comets?
A. Some comets are believed to have originated in a region near the edge of the orbit of the outer planets in our solar system called the “scattered disk” that overlaps a region called the Kulper belt.
B. Some comets are believed to have originated in the outer-most region associated with our solar system, called the Oort cloud.
C. The tail of a comet gives the comet its propulsion, like rocket fuel out the back end of a rocket.
D. The tails of a comet generally point away from the Sun and are made of two major parts – a dusty part (that curves a bit) and an ionic part
E. Comets of ten contain significant amount of water.
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292The Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram
A. is based on the principle that the intrinsic brightnesses of most stars are related to their temperatures.
B. most stars have the same temperature.
C. was developed in the 1950 s by two American astronomers working for NASA.
D. while of great utility for most large stars, has proven of little value in classifying small stars like our sun.
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293Fill in the blank:
A group of a few stars, whose arrangement can be compared to the figure of some kind of animal or any other known thing, is called a
A. Nabula
B. constellation
c. Pluto
D. Stellar
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294Which of the following is the only natural satellite sent by ISRO to moon?
A. PSVL
B. GSLV
c. chandrayaan- –
D. None of the above
8
295Days and nights are caused by
A. rotation of the Earth
B. revolution of the Earth
C. both rotation and revolution of the Earth
D. neither rotation nor revolution of the Earth
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296How many constellations comprise the signs of the zodiac?
( mathbf{A} cdot mathbf{6} )
B. 9
c. 11
D. 12
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297The device used to provide electricity in the instruments of artificial satellites
is
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298Which of the following are true for
Cassiopeia?
This question has multiple correct options
A. It appears in the northern sky.
B. It has 5 prominent stars
C. It is visible during winter at late night
D. It looks like a distorted letter ( mathrm{W} ) or ( mathrm{M} )
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299Consider the following statements and select the correct answer using the code given below:
A.The age of the solar system is 4.6 billion years.
B.The outer planets consists of gases.
A. Only A is correct
B. Only B is correct
c. Both land 2 are correct
D. Neither 1 nor 2 is correct
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300Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are not
among the planets.
A. outer
B. inner
c. warmer
D. lighter
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301Fill in the blanks.
( ln 1609 )
designed a telescope.
A. Newton
B. Galileo
c. Einstein
D. Archimedes
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3021 Parsec is:
A. 2.3 light years
B. 3.3 light years
C. 4.3 light years
D. 5.3 light years
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303The branches of physics and engineering that involve the study of very low temperatures, how to produce
them, and how materials behave at
those temperatures is called:
A. Cryotronics
B. Cryogenics
c. cryonics
D. cryobiology
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304Pole Star is a member of the solar
system
A. True
B. False
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305Fill in the blank:
The 3 middle stars in Orion represent
the
A. belt of the bear
B. belt of the hunter
c. tail of the bear
D. stick of the hunter
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306In which season, is Cassiopeia visible?
A. winter
B. Summer
c. Rainy
D. All seasons
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