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116101. The object that orbits Earth in both the Earth-centered (geocentric) and Sun-centered (heliocentric) models of our solar system?
Answer: the Moon
116102. A cycle of Moon phases can be seen from Earth because the?
Answer: Moon revolves around Earth
116103. Which member of the solar system has a diameter of 3.48 x 103 kilometers?
Answer: Earth’s Moon
116104. When a thin crescent of the moon is visible just before sunrise, the Moon is in its______?
Answer: Waning Phase
116105. The inner planets tend to have ______?
Answer: fewer moons
116106. The planets that tend to have rings tend to have _______?
Answer: Many moons
116107. What does Cassini’s law describe?
Answer: Cassini’s laws describes the rotation of the moon
116108. What do the bright patches on Moon signify?
116109. Lunar eclipse generally occurs at new moon or full moon?
Answer: At full moon
116110. Small planetary bodies found in between the orbit of Mars and Jupiter?
116111. Biggest Asteroid?
116112. The second biggest Asteroid?
116113. The asteroid that will hit the earth in 2022?
Answer: 2000 BF 19
116114. The asteroids which has the smallest orbit?
116115. Which is the smallest of the asteroids?
116116. A major belt of asteroids is located between Mars and Jupiter. What is the approximate average distance between the Sun and this major asteroid belt?
Answer: 390 million kilometers
116117. Which of the asteroids has the largest orbit?
116118. A solar system object of rocky composition and comparable in size to a small city is most likely _______?
Answer: an asteroid
116119. What is a comet?
Answer: A comet is a lump of frozen gases of various kinds in which there are many small stony or metallic particles.
116120. The biggest comet?
Answer: Centauri 2060 Chiron
116121. Halley’s comet last appeared in?
116122. Halley’s comet will reappear in?
116123. The comet called ‘Comet of the Century’?
Answer: Comet Hale Bopp
116124. Hale Bopp was discovered by?
Answer: Alan Hale and Thomas Bopp
116125. What are the different parts of a comet?
116126. What produces the tail of a comet?
Answer: The radiation of the Sun produces the tail of a comet.
116127. Which comet has the least orbital period?
Answer: Encke Comet
116128. What does the Latin word comet means?
Answer: Long - haired
116129. After how many years the Hale - Bopp comet appears?
116130. Name the comets that appears after about 75,000 years?
Answer: The Kohoutek’s comet
116131. What do you call the bright head of a comet?
116132. Name the comet whose tail measured longest a staggering 570 million km?
Answer: Comet Hyakutake
116133. Leonid meteoroids are associated with which comet, whose Orbital period is 33.3 years?
Answer: Comet 55P/Temple Tuttle
116134. The first couple in space abroad the shuttle Endeavour?
Answer: N Jan Davis and Marck Lee
116135. Which was the first spacecraft to be launched into space?
Answer: Sputnik (Russia)
116136. When was Sputnik launched into space?
116137. Which was the first space craft to land on moon?
Answer: Luna -9
116138. In which year Luna -9 landed on the moon?
116139. Who was the first woman to walk in space?
Answer: Svetlana Savitskaya
116140. The name of the spacecraft in which Yuri Gagarin travelled?
Answer: Vostok - I
116141. Who was the first American in Space?
Answer: Allan Sheperd
116142. Who was the first astronaut to land on moon?
Answer: Neil Armstrong
116143. Name the spacecraft which brought rock pieces from the moon?
Answer: Luna 16
116144. Name the first American Artificial Satellite?
Answer: Explorer – I
116145. Who was the oldest man to go to space?
Answer: John Glenn
116146. Which space probe took the worlds first living creature, dog Laika to space?
Answer: Sputnik - 2
116147. When was the first orbiting space station, USSR’s Salut I launched?
116148. When did the former USSR launch the MIR Space station?
116149. Who was the first US woman in Space?
Answer: Sally Ride in 1983
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116150. Which is the famous US rocket launching station in Florida?
Answer: Cape Canaveral
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