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116001. The Jovian planet?

Answer: Jupiter

116002. Which planet has the Great Red Spot?

Answer: Jupiter

116003. The planet where the objects experience more weight?

Answer: Jupiter

116004. The period of rotation of Jupiter?

Answer: 9 hours 50 minutes 30 seconds

116005. Period of revolution of Jupiter?

Answer: 12 years

116006. Planet having the shortest day and shortest night?

Answer: Jupiter

116007. The planet which has the highest escape velocity?

Answer: Jupiter (37 miles/second)

116008. Ganymede, the largest satellite in our solar system is a satellite of?

Answer: Jupiter

116009. How fast does Jupiter travel around the Sun?

Answer: Jupiter makes 13.1 kilometres per second.

116010. The biggest four satellites of Jupiter?


116011. The only space craft to orbit Jupiter is?

Answer: Galileo Orbitel

116012. The second largest planet in the solar system?

Answer: Saturn

116013. The outer most planet visible to the naked eye?

Answer: Saturn

116014. The planets known as “gas giants” include Jupiter, Uranus, and?

Answer: Saturn

116015. Which planet has an orbit with an eccentricity most similar to the eccentricity of the Moon’s orbit around Earth?

Answer: Saturn

116016. The satellite of Saturn nicknamed Death Star?

Answer: Mimas

116017. Who discovered the rings round Saturn?

Answer: Galileo

116018. Period of rotation of Saturn?

Answer: 10 hours 14 minutes

116019. Period of revolution of Saturn?

Answer: 30 years

116020. Planet known as golden giant?

Answer: Saturn

116021. The only planet having density less than water?

Answer: Saturn

116022. Phoebe, Tethys and Mimas are the satellites of?

Answer: Saturn

116023. Who discovered titan?

Answer: Christian Huygens in 1656

116024. The second largest satellite of Saturn?

Answer: Rhea

116025. Uranus was discovered by?

Answer: William Hershel in 1781

116026. The Third largest planet in the solar system?

Answer: Uranus

116027. The only planet where one pole faces the sun as its orbits?

Answer: Uranus

116028. Miranda and Ariel are the satellite of?

Answer: Uranus

116029. Uranus appears green in colour why?

Answer: Because of Methane gas present in its atmosphere

116030. Name the five faint narrow rings surrounding the Uranus?


116031. The planet known as rolling planet?

Answer: Uranus

116032. Period of rotation of Uranus?

Answer: 10 hours 50 minutes

116033. Period of revolution of Uranus?

Answer: 84 years

116034. Who discovered Neptune?

Answer: Johann Galle in 1846

116035. First planet found by mathematical prediction rather than emperical observation?

Answer: Neptune

116036. Which planet is approximately thirty times farther from the Sun than Earth is?

Answer: Neptune

116037. Name of three rings of Neptune?


116038. Two main satellites of Neptune?

Answer: Triton and Nereid

116039. The largest satellite of Neptune?

Answer: Triton

116040. Who discovered Triton?

Answer: William Lassell in 1846

116041. Period of rotation of Neptune?

Answer: 16 hours 6 minutes

116042. Period of revolution of Neptune?

Answer: 165 years

116043. Which planet is known as the will-o- the wisp’ in the sky?

Answer: Neptune

116044. Historically, who were the first people to record eclipse?

Answer: Chinese (4000 BC)

116045. After which planet, a day of the week is named?

Answer: Saturn ( Saturday)

116046. Which planet is named after the Roman God of the sea?

Answer: Neptune

116047. When did scientists succeed for the first time in imaging a giant planet outside our solar system?

Answer: April 2005. Christened as 2m1207b; the planet is five times the mass of Jupiter and is orbiting a distant star.

116048. What are solar flares?


116049. Which part of the sun extends far into the space and hot enough to emit x-rays?


116050. When do we see the corona of the Sun?

Answer: During the eclipses
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