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111. The study of astronomical practices of all ancient cultures is called as:

           Space archaeology

           Archaeoastronomy

           Planetary science

           Astrobiology


112. What is Sidereal period of Mars?

           1.4 years

           2.6 years

           1.9 years

           3.4 years


113. Which planet takes approximately the same time to rotate itself and to rotate around the sun?

           Saturn

           Uranus

           Jupiter

           Venus


114. The Solar System is traveling at an average speed of:

           460 km/s

           1600 km/s

           230 km/s

           1200 km/s


115. When can be Halley's Comet can be seen in near future?

           2145

           2046

           2021

           2061


116. What is the largest known volcano in the solar system?

           Alba Mons

           Olympus Mons

           Amirani

           Prometheus


117. What was the mass of the Chelyabinsk meteor that hit Russia?

           8,000–10,000 metric tonnes

           2,000–4,000 metric tonnes

           12,000–13,000 metric tonnes

           16,000–19,000 metric tonnes


118. What device first proved that Earth rotates on its axis?

           Lariat chain

           Gyroscope

           Coriolis disc

           Foucault pendulum


119. Which planet has the similar composition as Uranus?

           Venus

           Mercury

           Mars

           Neptune


120. What are the main classification of Supernovas?

           Type K and Type C

           Type Hyd and Type Hel

           Type I and Type II

           Type A and Type B