Q.1.Name the planet appears to the northern sky before sun rise?
Ans: Venus brightest of all planets
Q.2. Name the planet which has max number of moons?
Ans: Jupiter have max number of moons manly consist of hydrogen and helium gases
Q.3. In which direction stars move except Polar star?
Ans: When seen from earth stars appear to move from east to west.
Q.4. Why pole star appears stationary?
Ans: As it lies on the imaginary axis of the rotation of the earth.
Q.5.Which two planets have asteroids between them?
Ans: Asteroids are the rocks pieces that revolve around the sun between the orbit of Mars and Jupiter.
Q.6. Which comet visit the earth after 76 year?
Ans: Halley’s comet. Heavenly bodies that revolve around the sun and appears as bright as glowing ball with a long tail is called comet.
Q.7.What happen to meteors when enters the earth’s atmosphere?
Ans: meteors when enters the earth’s atmosphere starts glowing and are seen as a bright steak of light fleshing momentarily across the sky.
Q.8.What is the high tog geostationary satellite from the earth surface?
Ans: 36000km and used for satellite communicacation.
Q.9. what does term INSAT mean?
Ans: Indian National Satellite.
Q.10.Name the first Indian satellite launched success fully.
Ans: Aryabhata on 19 april,1975
11. What is the vast space which includes everything around us called?
12. Name the various objects that constitute the universe?
Ans: All the stars, the sun, the planet and their moon, meteorites, comets.
13. What is the distance travelled by light in one year called?
Ans: One light year=9460 billion kilometer
14. How much time sunlight takes to reach the earth?
Ans: 8.3 sec.
15. What material the stars are made up of?
Ans: Hydrogen gas
16. Name the celestial bodies you see in night sky?
17. Why celestial bodies appear to move from east to west in the sky?
Ans: This is because the earth rotates from west to east.
18. Name the stars which appear stationary when sea from earth?
Ans: The pole star or Druvtara
19. Name the galaxy we belong to?
Ans: milky Way (Akash Ganga)
20. What is the most distinguish Feature of Jupiter?
Ans: Great red spot. It is believed to be a storm in its atmosphere.
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