Quiz Time: Let’s Check How Smart You’re In Space


You think you know space but I bet you don’t. Let’s find out how smart you are in knowing our universe.

1. Let's start with the easy one, which direction does our Earth rotate?

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Think about our star!
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That is why our Sun goes from east to west.

2. Guess, which planet is bigger in size?

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It is closer to Earth and Sun both.
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Venus is said to be the twin sister of Earth, it holds the 95% diameter of Earth. Mars is much smaller than Venus, with a diameter of only 6,792 km.

3. Which planets are moonless?

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Please select 2 correct answers

They are hottest!
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Jupiter has 63 confirmed moons in our solar system, and Saturn has 61 moons. The next planet with the biggest number of moons is Uranus (27 moons), Neptune is following it with 13 moons, Mars has 2 moons, and finally, Earth has a single bright moon. In the end, Venus and Mercury are moonless planets.

4. Currently, which planet is at the longest distance from the Sun?

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It is the neighbor of Pluto.
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Neptune, the 8th planet in our Solar system, is at the longest distance from the Sun. Currently, it is about 2.8 billion miles away from the Sun.

5. Can you guess which one of these is the moon of gas giant Jupiter?

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It is one of the four Galilean moons of the planet Jupiter.

6. Which of these ones is the object in the Kuiper belt?

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Makemake and Ceres both are the dwarf planets, but the first one is from the Kuiper belt, and the second one is from the asteroid belt.

7. What is the distance between the center of Milky Way galaxy and Earth?

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Just far!

8. Which one of these is further away from the Milky Way galaxy?

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The Large Magellanic Cloud is the second- or third-closest galaxy to the Milky Way. It is a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way at a distance of about 50 kiloparsecs.

9. In which year the first exoplanet was found?

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51 Pegasi b was the first found exoplanet. It was discovered on October 6, 1995.

10. Which is the ninth-brightest star in the night sky?

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Betelgeuse is the ninth-brightest star in the night sky, and Rigel is seventh.

Quiz Time: Let's Check How Smart You're In Space

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