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Top 50 Questions About Solar System and Universe & Universe History

Top 50 Questions About Universe and Universe History: In this post you can read 50 questions answers about Universe many factors like; Planet, Satellite, Asteroid, Black hole, Galaxy, Nebula, Solar-System, Star formation, Space and Space Missions, Universe History and recent activities & launches in astronomical science world those are most important and also very useful for any competitive examinations aspirants around the world.

Top 50 Questions About Universe and Universe History

Top 50 Questions About Universe and Universe History

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Top 50 Questions
About Solar System and Universe.

Question- (1) How old is the Universe?
Answer: Universe is approximately 13.8 billion years old.

Question- (2) Which is the second largest moon in our solar system?
Answer: Titan (Saturn moon) is the second largest moon in our solar system.

Question- (3) Recently NASA Launches GOES-R (NOAA Advanced Geostationary Weather Satellite) from where and when?
Answer: On November 19, 2016 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.

Question- (4) What is Alpha Centauri Bb?
Answer: This is Earth like planet orbiting their own star name – Alpha Centauri B.

Question- (5) What is the Solar Wind?
Answer: This is happen when sun releases the continuous flow of charged particles and which permeates the solar system.

Question- (6) What is the full form of ISRO?
Answer: Indian Space Research Organization.

Question- (7) How big is the Milky Way Galaxy?
Answer: 100,000 light years in diameter.

Question- (8) When the NASA JUNO Spacecraft Launched for reach and orbiting the planet Jupiter?
Answer: August 5, 2011

Question- (9)  Who was the first human to step on the moon?
Answer: Neil Armstrong (On July 20, 1969).

Question- (10) Which Planet is called as ‘gas giant’ planet in our solar system?
Answer: Jupiter.

Question- (11) What is a Black Hole in space and why its create?
Answer: It happens when a star is dying, gravity is so strong at there and matter has been squeezed into a very tiny space.

Question- (12) Mostly which gases found of the planet Jupiter?
Answer: Hydrogen and Helium.

Question- (13) What is the Radius of our Sun?
Answer: Radius of our Sun is about 6,95,700 km.

Question- (14) How many moons have the Planet Jupiter?
Answer: It has total 67 moons (53 named moons, 14 unnamed).

Question- (15) What is the Proxima Centauri?
Answer: This is a red dwarf, a small low-mass star and nearest known star to the Sun.

Question- (16) What are the name of Galilean moons?
Answer: Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto (moons of Jupiter).

Question- (17) Mostly which gas is found on Titan (moon of Saturn)?
Answer: Nitrogen.

Question- (18) What is Solar Probe Plus Mission?
Answer: NASA Solar Probe Plus Mission is a planned robotic spacecraft to probe the outer corona of the Sun (Launch schedule for 2018).

Question- (19) Who is the name of largest moon of Saturn?
Answer: Titan.

Question- (20) Which planet of our solar system takes only 88 Earth days to completely orbit the sun?
Answer: Mercury.

Question- (21) What is the distance of Planet Mercury from the Sun?
Answer: 57.91 million km.

Question- (22) Which moon is the largest in our solar system?
Answer: Ganymede (moon of Planet Jupiter).

Question- (23) Astronomers what found in between the Mars and Jupiter?
Answer: Asteroid Belt.

Question- (24) What is the distance of Planet Venus from the Sun?
Answer: 108.2 million km.

Question- (25) What do you mean by Spiral Galaxy?
Answer: When gas clouds and whole stars are concentrated mainly in one or more spiral arms is called as the Spiral Galaxy.

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