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Question.(1) How long does the mercury Planet take for a round of the sun?

बुध ग्रह सूर्य का एक चक्कर लगाने में कितना समय लेता है

Answer –  88 day

Question.(2) Which planet is the most distant from the Sun?

सूर्य से सबसे दूर कौन-सा ग्रह है

Answer –  वरुण  (Varun)

Question.(3) Which planets with no satellites?

कौन-से ग्रह जिनके उपग्रह नहीं हैं

Answer –   बुध व शुक्र  (Mercury and Venus)

Question.(4) Which planet takes the sun’s rotation in the shortest possible time?

कौन-सा ग्रह सूर्य का चक्कर सबसे कम समय में लगाता है

Answer –  बुध  (Mercury)

Question.(5) Which planet is called the sister of the earth?

किस ग्रह को पृथ्वी की बहन कहा जाता है

Answer –  शुक्र  (Venus)

Question.(6) Which planet do the creatures live?

किस ग्रह पर जीव रहते हैं

Answer –   पृथ्वी  (earth)

Question.(7) Who is the satellite of the earth?

पृथ्वी का उपग्रह कौन है

Answer –  चंद्रमा  (Moon)

Question.(8) How long does the earth take a whirl on its axis?

पृथ्वी अपने अक्ष पर एक चक्कर कितने दिन में लगाती है

Answer –  365 days 5 hours 48 minutes 46 seconds

Question.(9) What is the earth called a blue planet?

पृथ्वी को नीला ग्रह क्यो कहा जाता है

Answer –   जल की उपस्थिति के कारण  (Due to the presence of water)

Question.(10) Which satellite is called a fossil planet?

किस उपग्रह को जीवाश्म ग्रह कहा जाता है

Answer –  चंद्रमा (Moon)

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