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[Geography MCQ Set] The Solar System – Objective Questions-GK

[Geography MCQ Set] Solar System – Objective GK Questions

Geography MCQ on The Solar System

The Solar System Multiple Choice Questions with answers and Practice Set. The Solar System – Geography Quiz test. The Solar System from Geography Objective General knowledge Test for SSC, IAS, UPSC, Banking and Railway exam.

Our solar system consists of 8 planets. They are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune and one dwarf planet Pluto. All these planets revolves around the Sun. The closest planet to Sun is Mercury and farthest planet is Neptune. Although Pluto in the most farthest from sun, but it not considered as a planet.

1. Which planets lie between Mars and Uranus?

[IAS 2008]

A: Jupiter and Saturn

B: Jupiter and Pluto

C: Jupiter and Earth

D: Saturn and Neptune

Answer

Jupiter and Saturn

2. Why planet Mercury is difficult to observed?

A: Because glare of the sun hide it

B: It get hidden behind sun

C: It is very far from the earth

D: No sun light fall on it.

Answer

Because glare of sun hide it.

3. Comets revolve around which of the following ?

[NDA 1990]

A: Sun

B: Venus

C: Jupiter

D: Earth

Answer

Sun

4. Among which of the following has no satellites?

A: Earth

B: Mercury

C: Jupiter

D: Uranus

Answer

Mercury

5. Which planet has thirteen moon?

A: Neptune

B: Mars

C: Earth

D: Saturn

Answer

Neptune

6. Which planet is most identical to earth by its day and tilt of axis?

[IAS 2003, 1994]

A: Venus

B: Mars

C: Jupiter

D: Saturn

Answer

Mars

7. Who is the hottest planet among all the planet of solar system?

[CPO SI 2002]

A: Mercury

B: Venus

C: Earth

D: Mars

Answer

Venus

8. The brightest planet of the solar system is –

[Bank PO 1991]

A: Mercury

B: Mars

C: Venus

D: Saturn

Answer

Venus

9. Which planet is nearest to the earth?

[Asst. Grade 1993]

A: Jupiter

B: Mars

C: Mercury

D: Venus

Answer

Venus

10. ‘Earth’s Twin’ is known to which planet?

A: Venus

B: Mars

C: Saturn

D: Jupiter

Answer

Venus

11. Which planet takes the same number of days for rotation and revolution?

A: Mars

B: Venus

C: Pluto

D: Saturn

Answer

Venus

12. Which planet revolve opposite to earth around its own axis?

A: Venus

B: Mars

C: Mercury

D: Jupiter

Answer

Venus

12. Which among the planet has longest day?

[IAS 2003 CDS 1994]

A: Mercury

B: Earth

C: Venus

D: Mars

Answer

Venus

13. Morning Star is known to which planet?

A: Mars

B: Mercury

C: Venus

D: Earth

Answer

Venus

14. Which planet spin on its axis at fastest rate?

A: Earth

B: Mars

C: Venus

D: Jupiter

Answer

Jupiter

15. Red Planet is known to –

A: Mars

B: Mercury

C: Venus

D: Saturn

Answer

Mars