General Science/Basic Science Universe Galaxies Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
.The percentage of the spiral galaxies is about

1.80

2.18

3.51

4.25

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Question:
.The percentage of the spiral galaxies is about

1.80

2.18

3.51

4.25

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Question:
Elliptical galaxies are relatively

1.not large

2.not massive

3.very bright

4.less bright

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Question:
Elliptical galaxies are relatively

1.not large

2.not massive

3.very bright

4.less bright

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Question:
Galactic clusters and globular clusters are two types of star clusters found in

1.Milky Way

2.red giants

3.white dwarfs

4.Magnellanic clouds

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Question:
Galactic clusters and globular clusters are two types of star clusters found in

1.Milky Way

2.red giants

3.white dwarfs

4.Magnellanic clouds

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Question:
Hubble�s law states that

1.V = HR

2.R = VH

3.H = VR

4.V = H/R

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Question:
Hubble�s law states that

1.V = HR

2.R = VH

3.H = VR

4.V = H/R

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Question:
In a radio galaxy radio frequency radiation comes from

1.the galaxy itself

2.the centre of the galaxy

3.two regions on either side of the galaxy

4.two regions within the galaxy

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Question:
In a radio galaxy radio frequency radiation comes from

1.the galaxy itself

2.the centre of the galaxy

3.two regions on either side of the galaxy

4.two regions within the galaxy

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Question:
Normal galaxies are

1.uniformly bright

2.bright at the centre and dim at the edges

3.bright at the edges and dim at the centre

4.bright at the one edge and dim at the other edge

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Question:
Normal galaxies are

1.uniformly bright

2.bright at the centre and dim at the edges

3.bright at the edges and dim at the centre

4.bright at the one edge and dim at the other edge

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Question:
Red giant or white dwarfs are examples of

1.irregular galaxies

2.spiral galaxies

3.radio galaxies

4.elliptical galaxies

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Question:
Red giant or white dwarfs are examples of

1.irregular galaxies

2.spiral galaxies

3.radio galaxies

4.elliptical galaxies

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Question:
Red shift of the light from galaxies indicates that all galaxies are

1.at rest

2.receding away from us

3.moving towards us

4.revolving in different orbits

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Question:
Red shift of the light from galaxies indicates that all galaxies are

1.at rest

2.receding away from us

3.moving towards us

4.revolving in different orbits

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Question:
The amount of radio frequency radiation emitted by normal galaxies is

1.large

2.zero

3.very large

4.small

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Question:
The amount of radio frequency radiation emitted by normal galaxies is

1.large

2.zero

3.very large

4.small

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Question:
The distance of distant galaxies and quasars can be determined with the help of

1.parallax method

2.Hubble�s law

3.Kepler�s third law

4.Newton�s law of gravitation

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Question:
The distance of distant galaxies and quasars can be determined with the help of

1.parallax method

2.Hubble�s law

3.Kepler�s third law

4.Newton�s law of gravitation

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Question:
The galaxy Andromeda or Milky Way is an example of

1.elliptical galaxy

2.radio galaxy

3.spiral galaxy

4.irregular galaxy

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Question:
The galaxy Andromeda or Milky Way is an example of

1.elliptical galaxy

2.radio galaxy

3.spiral galaxy

4.irregular galaxy

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Question:
The Magnellanic clouds are

1.irregular galaxies

2.spiral galaxies

3.radio galaxies

4.elliptical galaxies

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Question:
The Magnellanic clouds are

1.irregular galaxies

2.spiral galaxies

3.radio galaxies

4.elliptical galaxies

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Question:
The most striking feature of the universe is its

1.contraction

2.massiveness

3.expansion

4.regularity in motion

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Question:
The most striking feature of the universe is its

1.contraction

2.massiveness

3.expansion

4.regularity in motion

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Question:
The percentage of elliptical galaxies that are elliptical is about

1.80

2.25

3.51

4.18

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Question:
The percentage of elliptical galaxies that are elliptical is about

1.80

2.25

3.51

4.18

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Question:
The reciprocal of Hubble constant represents

1.velocity of recession

2.distance of a galaxy

3.age of universe

4.diameter of a galaxy

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Question:
The reciprocal of Hubble constant represents

1.velocity of recession

2.distance of a galaxy

3.age of universe

4.diameter of a galaxy

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Question:
velocity-Distance law is known as

1.Kepler�s law

2.Newton�s law of gravitation

3.parallax method

4.Hubble�s law

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Question:
velocity-Distance law is known as

1.Kepler�s law

2.Newton�s law of gravitation

3.parallax method

4.Hubble�s law

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Question:
When the light from galaxies are observed through a spectrograph

1.Fraunhofer lines are observed

2.there is no shift in the wavelength

3.there is a shift towards shorter wavelength

4.there is a shift towards longer wavelength

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Question:
When the light from galaxies are observed through a spectrograph

1.Fraunhofer lines are observed

2.there is no shift in the wavelength

3.there is a shift towards shorter wavelength

4.there is a shift towards longer wavelength

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Question:
Which one of the following is an old star

1.Polaris

2.Proto star

3.Red giant

4.Sirius

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Question:
Which one of the following is an old star

1.Polaris

2.Proto star

3.Red giant

4.Sirius

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