# Question and Answers: planet

1. Consider the statements regarding our solar System.
1. pluto is the largest dwarf planet revolving around the Sun.
2. Every planet except Venus rotates from West to East just like Earth on its own axis.
3. It is nuclear fusion which takes place within the Sun which releases huge heat
energy.
Choose the correct statements from the following code.

 1, 2 only. 1, 3 only. 2, 3 only. 3 only.

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2. In which part of the ocean does the typical example of reversal of ocean current can be observed which is guided by the planetary wind system?

 Northern part of Indian Ocean. Southern part of Indian Ocean. North Atlantic Ocean. South Pacific Ocean.

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3. What is die difference between asteroids and comets?
1. asteroids are small rocky planetoids, while comets are formed of frozen gases held together by rocky and metallic material.
2. asteroids are found mostly between the orbits of jupiter and Mars, while comets are found mostly between Venus and Mercury.
3. comets show a perceptible glowing tail, while asteroids do not.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

 1 and 2 only 1 and 3 only 3 only 1, 2 and 3

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4. Consider the statements regarding our solar System.
1) pluto is the largest dwarf planet revolving around the Sun.
2) Every planet except Venus rotates from West to East just like Earth on its own axis.
3) It is nuclear fusion which takes place within the Sun which releases huge heat energy.
Choose the correct statements from the following code.

 1, 2 only. 1, 3 only. 2, 3 only. 3 only.

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5. In which part of the ocean does the typical example of reversal of ocean current can be observed which is guided by the planetary wind system?

 Northern part of Indian Ocean. Southern part of Indian Ocean. North Atlantic Ocean. South Pacific Ocean.

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6. Which is the difference between asteroids and comets?
1. asteroids are small rocky planetoids, while comets are formed of frozen gases held together by rocky and metallic material.
2. asteroids are found mostly between the orbits of jupiter and Mars, while comets are found mostly between Venus and Mercury.
3. comets show a perceptible glowing tail, while asteroids do not.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

 1 and 2 only 1 and 3 only 3 only 1, 2 and 3

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7. Deimos is a satellite of the Planet Mars. What does it mean?

 Happy Fear Terror Angry

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8. All planets except the following two rotates the Sun in anti-clock wise direction

 Mercuri and Venus Mars and Jupitar Venus and Uranus Jupitar and Neptune

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9. The Dwarf Planet pluto (formerly a planet) was invented by

 Fraunhofer Bernet Sangie George Pluto Clyde Tombaugh

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10. The planet which have fasteral sideral rotation is

 Mars Jupiter Venus Mercury

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11. The planet which have most circular orbit

 Mercury Earth Jupiter Venus

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12. The planet with lowest average density

 Jupitar Saturn Neptune Mars

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13. The first planet to be discovered telescopically was

 Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune

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14. asteroids are found between planets ______ and _______

 Earth and Mars Venus and Mercury Mass and Jupiter Jupiter and Saturn

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15. Which of the following planets we can see before the sunrise or sunset ?

 Mars and Jupiter Jupiter and Saturn Mercury and Venus Saturn and Uranus

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16. Find the planet which takes highest duration to complete one rotation ?

 Earth Mars Venus Mercury

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17. Which one of the following planets can be seen only through telescope ?

 Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus

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18. The planets Venus and Uranus rotates from

 North to South South to North West to East East to West

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19. Find out the gaseous planet

 Jupiter Mercury Venus Mars

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20. pluto was grouped as a Dwarf Planet in the year

 2009 2008 2007 2006

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21. Which one of the following is not a dwarf planet ?

 Charon Ceres Eris All are dwarf planets

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22. Arrange the following planets in ascending order according to their duration of rotation

 Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune Uranus, Neptune , Saturn, Jupiter Saturn, Neptune, Jupiter, Uranus Jupiter , Saturn, Neptune, Uranus

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23. Which of the following is not a planetary wind?

 Westerlies Trade winds Monsoon Polar easterlies

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24. The portion of incident radiation reflected back to space from the planet is called

 Atmospheric windows Albedo Rayleigh scattering Law of scattering

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25. The planet which is known as the 'God of War'

 Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter

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26. The largest planet in the solar system is

 Earth Jupiter Saturn Venus

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