196)The Earth rotates on its axis from
East to west North to south
West to east South to north
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197)The asteroid belt lies between the orbit of
Jupiter and Saturn Mercury and Venus
Mars and Jupiter Earth and Venus
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198)Match the following
A. Jupiter              1. Shukra 
B. Mercury              2. Indra
C. Uranus               3. Brihaspati
D. Venus                4. Budha
A-3, B-4, C-2, D-1 A-4, B-2, C-3, D-1
A-3, B-1, C-4, D-2 A-2, B-1, C-4, D-3
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199)When the sun shines vertically on the whole Artic circle, it is vertical on the
Equator Tropic of Cancer
Tropic of Capricorn None of these
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200)Which of the following gases is most predominant in the sun?
Nitrogen Helium
Hydrogen Oxygen
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201)If the moon were not there then which of the following phenomena would not occure?
Spring tide Ocean current
Neap tide All of them
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202)The time taken by the uranus to revolve round the sun is approximately
84 Years 76 Years
90 Years 80 years
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203)Which of the following is the brighest star in the earth's night sky
Canopus Sirius
Proxima centauri Arcturus
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204)The of the age solar system is
3.2 billion years 7.8 billion years
3.8 billion years 4.6 billion years
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205)The earth's annual circuit round the sun covers a distance of
1038 million km 1098 million km
966 million km 896 million km
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206)The earth's speed per minute around sun is
900 km 1000 km
1500 km more than 1600 km
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207)The sun shines vertically on the equator
four times a year throughout the year
once a year twice a year
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208)The maximum possible angle between the direction of sun and that of a planet from earth is called
Elliptical path Conical movement
Maximum angular separation None of these
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209)One light year is equal to
6 million million km 8 million million km
7.5 million million km 9.5 million million km
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210)What is the distance of the Great Galaxy in Andromeda from earth?
1 million light years 1.2 million light years
2 million light years 2.2 million light years
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