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Play this  Quiz Game  On your phone 171 - Synchronous rotation, 172 - 350 km in diameter, 173 - Radius of the Sun, 174 - Dark matter, 175 - Ring galaxy,   176 - Anti satellite weapon, 177 - Mars, 178 - None, 179 - Pluto and Charon, 180 - Planetary motion.

171. Tidal locking is also called as:

           Redshift

           Right ascension

           Synchronous rotation

           Bar pattern


172. The core of the moon is approximately:

           350 km in diameter

           420 km in diameter

           120 km in diameter

           270 km in diameter


173. A Solar radius is equal to:

           Mean radius of the galaxy

           Radius of the Earth

           Radius of the solar system

           Radius of the Sun


174. Which matter occupies around 25% of the universe?

           Quartz

           Helium

           Dark matter

           Plasma


175. Hoag's Object is a:

           Ring cluster

           Ring reservoir

           Comet reservoir

           Ring galaxy


176. What is the expansion of ASAT?

           Anti system trigger

           Anti satellite weapon

           Asynchronous satellite

           Satellite attack


177. The Noachian is early time period related to:

           Mercury

           Pluto

           Mars

           Venus


178. How many moons does Mercury has?

           None

           2

           12

           42


179. Which space objects are tidally locked to each other?

           Saturn and Titan

           Miranda and Uranus

           Jupiter and Europa

           Pluto and Charon


180. Kepler's laws are related to:

           Planetary lock

           Gravity of planets

           Planetary motion

           Position of planets