Universe and Solar System - World Geography quiz 10

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Universe and Solar System - World Geography Online Quiz 10

Universe and Solar System - World Geography quiz 10 is a free online quiz challenge under Universe and Solar System - World Geography category. There are 121 free online quiz challenges available in World Geography category

The greatest seasonal contrast of insolation on the Earth is, in which of the following latitudinal zones?

Which one of the following is correct? The mean distance from the Sun to the Earth is called a/an

South Pacific island nation Samoa, positioned to the East of the Interntaional Date Line, on May 2011 decided  to forego a day and shift to the time zone on its West.The reason for this shifitng is to

A storm of hot atoms which dissipates from the photosphere of the Sun,overcomes its gravity and goes into the outer space, is known as

Which one of the planets is known as 'morning star' as well as 'evening star' because it is the first to appear in the evening and that last to disappear in the morning?

Consider the following statements1. The Earth is an oblate spheroid, a sphere flattened along the axis form pole to pole such that there is a bulge around the equator.2. Evidence for the fact that it is oblate comes form variations in gravity along the Earth's surface.Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Consider the following statements1. For those living outside the tropics the noon Sun will never shine directly overhead.2. The noon Sun shines directly overhead on the Earth at varying latitudes on different days-between 23.5 degrees South latitude and 23.5 degrees North latitude.Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

The Earth revolves around the Sun in an elliptical path and the Sun is located at one focus of the ellipse.Imagine a situation is which Earth goes around the Sun on a circular path.Which one among the following would result in under that situation?

Consider the following statements1. If the Earth would not have been tilted on its axis, the days and nights would have been of same duration, always,2. If the Earth would bot have been revolving around the Sun, one of the hemispheres would have long days and short nights, whereas the other one would have short days and long nights.Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Latitudes and longitudes are imaginary line drawn for precise location. Choose correct statements regarding this.1. Latitude is the liner distance on Earth surface.2. Linear distance of degree of latitude at pole is little longer than that at equator.3. Distance between two latitude on an average is 69 miles.

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