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Play this  Quiz Game  On your phone 51 - 1,737 km, 52 - 4.6 billion years, 53 - Olympus Mons, 54 - Saturn, 55 - Jupiter, 56 - Earth and Sun,   57 - Ceres, 58 - Accretion, 59 - $10 billion, 60 - Galileo Galilei.

51. What is the radius of moon?

           1,737 km

           2,432 km

           1,932 km

           1,424 km


52. What is the age of our solar system?

           3.4 billion years

           5.5 billion years

           2.2 billion years

           4.6 billion years


53. Which is the tallest mountain on Mars?

           Arsia Mons

           Pavonis Mons

           Olympus Mons

           Ascraeus Mons


54. Which is the jovian planet in the list?

           Venus

           Mars

           Mercury

           Saturn


55. Which is the largest planet in our solar system?

           Jupiter

           Saturn

           Neptune

           Uranus


56. An Astronomical Unit (A.U.) is equal to the mean distance between?

           Sun and galactic center

           Sun and Mercury

           Earth and Sun

           Sun and Pluto


57. Which is the largest object in the asteroid belt?

           Pallas

           Ceres

           Hygiea

           Vesta


58. The widely accepted method by which the planets formed is:

           Explosion

           Impact

           Accretion

           Unknown


59. What was the total cumulative cost of hubble space telescope in 2010?

           $4.2 billion

           $950 Million

           $1.2 billion

           $10 billion


60. Who was the first person to observe the rings of saturn in 1610?

           Johannes Kepler

           Nicolaus Copernicus

           Galileo Galilei

           Tycho Brahe