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When we stare at the sky at night it appears to be studded with _____ as the stars in the sky are twinkling.
When we see a full moon, the night is called _______ in India.
The term amavasya also indicates _______.
What do the shining objects at night in the sky called?
Which of these celestial bodies are made up of gases and can emit light and heat?
The Sun is a ______.
The various patterns formed by different groups of stars in the sky are known as __________.
Give an example of the constellation?
Saptarishi is one of the most easily recognisable constellations consisting of _________ stars.
The star which always indicates us the north direction is also known as ________.
The pole star always remains in _______ position in the sky.
When we draw an imaginary line joining the Saptarishi from top to bottom and extend it further then it will end up indicating the _______.
Which of these celestial bodies do not emit heat and light on their own?
Planet word comes from the Greek word ________ which means wanderers.
We reside on the earth which is a _______.
From where does the earth receive heat and light?
Which is the nearest star to the earth?
The moon is a _______ which revolves around the earth.
The planets like Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus have rings around them made up of ________.
How much time does the planet mercury take to revolve around the sun?
How many days does mercury take to spin around its own axis?
How much time does venus take to revolve around the sun?
How many days does venus take to spin around its own axis?
The earth revolves around the sun in _______ days.
The earth completes its rotation in _____ days.
The inner planets which are closest to the sun are made up of _______.
The planet Mars has _____ number of moons.
Jupiter takes about ______ years to complete its one revolution around the sun.
The outer planets which are very far from the sun are made up of _____ and liquids.
How much time does Neptune take to complete one revolution around the sun?
The sun along with the planets, satellites and some asteroids and meteoroids combine to form the _____.
Which of these is the head of the solar family?
What is the sun made up of?
Which of these is the ultimate source of heat and light for the solar system?
The word sun comes from ______ mythology.
The persons who study and research on the celestial bodies are known as _______.
What is the distance of the sun from the earth about?
Who was a famous astronomer of ancient India?
The solar system consists of _____ planets.
The elongated fixed path in which the planets revolve around the sun is known as _______.
Which planet is nearest to the sun?
Which planet is also called the earth’s twin as its size and shape are very much similar to the earth?
The planet Pluto is also called ______.
Which among these planets is the third nearest to the sun?
Which is the fifth largest planet of the solar system?
The shape of the earth is described as ______ because it is slightly flattened at the poles.
Which planet in the solar system is neither too hot nor too cold?
The earth has ______ and ______ which are very essential for us to survive.
The air found on earth has life-supporting gases such as ______.
The earth appears to be _______ in colour from the space as it is covered with 70 percent of water.
The earth has only one satellite known as ______.
The moon is about ______ km away from the earth.
The moon completes its rotation and revolution both in _______ days.
What is the speed of light about?
How much time does the sunlight take to reach the earth?
Who was the first person to land on the moon?
When did Neil Armstrong land on the moon?
A human-made satellite is carried by a ______ to place it in the orbit around the earth.
The moon has mountains, plains and depressions which cast ______ on its surface.
The tiny celestial bodies apart from the stars, satellites and planets moving around the sun are called _______.
The asteroids are found in the orbits between the planets of ______ and ______.
______ are the small pieces of rocks that move around the sun.
What is a cluster of millions of stars called?
During ancient Indian time the milky way galaxy was called _____.
Millions of galaxies are combinedly called as _______.
The ________ is also called a unique planet because it helps living things to survive.
All the planets move around the sun in a _______ path.
Which is the closest celestial body to the earth?
In the Hindi language the sun is commonly known as ________.
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