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General Knowledge :: Geography

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Geography :: Questions and Answers



Which planet is called as "God of War"?

A. Mercury.
B. Venus.
C. Mars.
D. Saturn.


The planet Venus covered by the cloud of-

A. Hcl
B. Hno3
C. H2so4
D. None of these.


Which planet is called as "Red Planet"?

A. Mercury.
B. Mars.
C. Venus.
D. Jupiter.


Solar system takes 225-250 million years to travel once around the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, this duration of time is known as-

A. Cosmic Year.
B. Leap Year.
C. Galatic Year.
D. Both A and C.


Solar eclipse occurs when-

A. Sun passes between the Moon and Earth.
B. Earth passes between the Moon and Sun.
C. Moon passes between the Sun and Earth.
D. None of these.