Important GK Question About Solar System

Last updated on December 7, 2023

Important GK Question About Solar System

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GK Question About Solar System
GK Question About Solar System

GK Question About Solar System

  • What is called the celestial bodies revolving around the sun – planets
  • Why are the small celestial bodies revolving around a planet – satellite
  • Who propounded the laws of planetary motion – Kepler
  • The descending order of the planets of the solar system by size as – Jupiter, Saturn, Arun, Varuna, Earth, Venus, Mars, and Mercury.
  • The velocity of the planet revolving around the Sun is maximum when it is close to the Sun.
  • How many constellations are there in the space – 89
  • What is called the exploding star in the universe – Abhinav Tara
  • Who discovered ‘solar system’ – 21 June
  • When does the sun appear in Norway at midnight – 21 June
  • What is the maximum distance of a planet from the Sun in its orbit – Apsour
  • What is the minimum distance of a planet from the Sun in its orbit – Upshur
  • The average distance between which is called ‘Astronomical Unit’ – Earth and Sun
  • What does ‘midnight sun’ mean – the sun shines long in the polar circle.
  • In which region does the midnight sun appear – in the arctic region
  • What is the percentage of hydrogen in the sun’s chemical mixture – 71%
  • What is the sun – a star
  • What is the approximate temperature on the solar surface – 60000C
  • Which planet is the farthest of the sun – Varun
  • How long does the sunlight reach the Earth – 8.3 minutes
  • Which planet is closest to the Sun-Mercury
  • Which planet completes the revolution of the sun in 88 days – Mercury
  • The two planets which do not have satellites are – Mercury and Venus.
  • Which planet travels the Sun in the shortest time – Mercury
  • The fastest planet to circle the Sun is – Mercury
  • Which planet in the solar system is almost as big as the Earth – Venus (Venus)
  • Which planet is called ‘Earth’s sister’ – Venus
  • Which planet is called ‘Evening Star’ – Venus
  • The brightest planet – Venus
  • Which are the nearest planets of Sun and Earth respectively – Venus and Mercury
  • Which planet did the Europeans worship as a goddess – Venus
  • Who is the hottest planet in the solar system – Venus
  • Venus is the nearest planet from Earth – Venus
  • Which planet is called ‘Morning Star’ – Venus
  • Who is called ‘God of Beauty’ in the planets – Venus
  • What is a supernova – blast star
  • Who discovered the North Pole – Robert Pieri
  • Who discovered the South Pole Amundsen
  • The nearest celestial body of the Earth is – Moon
  • The shape of the earth can be best explained by which word – the oblique shell
  • The earth turns towards the Sun: At what speed does it rotate in its orbit – 10 per day
  • Earth’s travel speed is 27 km/min
  • Earth’s diameter on the landline is about – 12800 km
  • In which month is the Earth’s Perihelion position – January
  • What causes the stars to be seen more from east to west – the earth is moving from west to east.
  • Which is called the Blue Planet – Earth
  • Earth is at its maximum distance from the Sun – on 4 July
  • What is the reason for day and night – the rotation of the earth on its axis
  • What is the distance of the Earth from the Sun – 149.6 million km
  • Earth rotates on its axis – 23 hours 56 minutes 4 seconds
  • The duration of day and night on earth is the same – on the landline
  • Equinox refers to the date when day and night are of the same duration.
  • When is the longest day in the southern hemisphere – December 22
  • What is the number of Earth’s satellites – one
  • On 21 June, daylight is seen on the north pole – 12 hours
  • Who first proposed that the Sun is the center of our solar system and the Earth revolves around it – Copernicus
  • What color is the sky – black
  • The circumference of the Earth is – 40075 km
  • On which date is the longest day in the northern hemisphere – 21 June
  • On which date is the shortest day in the northern hemisphere – 22 December
  • The poles have a duration of the day – six months
  • The polar diameter of the Earth is less than its equatorial diameter – 43 km
  • What is the equatorial diameter of the earth – 12750 km
  • What is the earth called rotating on its imaginary axis – rotation
  • Earth has speed in its orbit – west to east
  • During which time is the maximum distance between the Earth and the Sun – Apasaur
  • Seasons occur – due to the rotation of the earth around the sun
  • Who said for the first time that the Earth is round – Aristotle
  • The axis of the Earth is – bent
  • Who has the possibility of life other than earth, because the environment there is very favorable for life – Mars
  • A planet’s day value and its axis tilt are almost equal to the Earth’s day value and tilt – about Mars
  • The largest planet in the solar system is – Brahaspati
  • Which planet takes maximum time to revolve around the Sun – Brahaspati
  • Whose ring is around the planets – Saturn
  • The name of the mission related to NASA is ‘Juno’ – Brahmapathi




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