# 4th Class Science Our Universe Question Bank

### done Our Universe

• A) Mercury

B) Earth

C) Venus

D) Jupiter

• A) Orbits.

B) planets.

C) constellations.

D) galaxy.

• A) one hour.

B) one year.

C) one day.

D) one month.

• A) rotation.

B) revolution.

C) constellation.

D) Both [b] and [c]

• A) the equator.

B) half line.

C) the orbit.

D) path.

• A) one day.

B) one year.

C) one week.

D) one hour.

• A)

 Mercury $\downarrow$ Mars $\downarrow$ Earth $\downarrow$ Saturn $\downarrow$ Uranus $\downarrow$ Jupiter $\downarrow$ Venus $\downarrow$ Neptune $\downarrow$

B)

 Mercury $\downarrow$ Venus $\downarrow$ Earth $\downarrow$ Mars $\downarrow$ Jupiter $\downarrow$ Saturn $\downarrow$ Uranus $\downarrow$ Neptune $\downarrow$

C)

 Jupiter $\downarrow$ Saturn $\downarrow$ Uranus $\downarrow$ Neptune $\downarrow$ Earth $\downarrow$ Venus $\downarrow$ Mars $\downarrow$ Mercury $\downarrow$

D)

 Mars $\downarrow$ Mercury $\downarrow$ Venus $\downarrow$ Earth $\downarrow$ Neptune $\downarrow$ Uranus $\downarrow$ Saturn $\downarrow$ Jupiter $\downarrow$

• A)

B)

C)

D)

• A) Jupiter.

B) Mercury.

C) Mars.

D) Earth.

• A) Earth.

B) Moon.

C) Jupiter.

D) Venus.

• A) summer.

B) autumn.

C) winter.

D) spring.

• A) east to west.

B) north to south.

C) south to north.

D) west to east.

• A) The sun is the biggest and closest star to the earth in the universe.

B) The sun is the closest moon to the earth but it is not the biggest moon in the universe.

C) The sun is the biggest but not the closest star to the earth in the universe.

D) The sun is neither the biggest nor the closest star to the earth in the universe.

• A) the rotation of the earth around itself.

B) the revolution of the earth around the sun.

C) the rotation of the earth around itself.

D) the rotation of the sun around itself.

• A) the movement of the moon around the earth.

B) the movement of the earth around the sun.

C) the rotation of the earth on its own axis.

D) All of the above.

• A) It does not emit its own light.

B) It is the natural satellite of the earth.

C) It is the nearest planet to the earth.

D) It revolves around the earth.

•  It is the second planet from the sun. It is the brightest planet.

A) Mercury

B) Earth

C) Mars

D) Venus

• A) X-Earth, Y-Venus

B) X-Mercury, Y-Earth

C) X-Mercury, Y-Venus

D) X-Mars, Y-Venus

•  P- colder Q - hotter R - brighter S - darker

A) Only P and R

B) Only P and S

C) Only Q and R

D) Only Q and S

• A) Earth

B) Venus

C) Jupiter

D) All of these

• A) It is earth's closest neighbour.

B) It cannot be seen during the day.

C) It reflects light from the sun.

D) All of these

• A) Only the sun

B) Only the Moon

C) Only planets

D) All of these

• A) it absorbs light from the sun.

B) it reflects light from the earth.

C) it reflects light from the sun.

D) it gives out its own light.

• A) We see the sun in different positions during the daytime.

B) We see the sun in the sky in the same position the whole day.

C) We can feel the earth moving.

D) We can feel the planets moving.

• A)

 P Q R The moon The earth The sun

B)

 P Q R The sun The earth The moon

C)

 P Q R The sun The moon The earth

D)

 P Q R The earth The moon The sun

• A) Mercury

B) Venus

C) Earth

D) Mars

• A) earth, moon

B) sun, moon

C) sun, earth

D) earth, sun

• A) They are much larger than planets in size.

B) They are made up of gases.

C) They are almost fixed in their places relative to each other.

D) They twinkle because they revolve around earth.

• A) Earth

B) Moon

C) Jupiter

D) Pole star

• A) The sun, the moon, the earth

B) The sun, the earth, the moon

C) The moon, the earth, the sun

D) The moon, the sun, the earth

• A) The moon is a planet.

B) The moon moves around the sun.

C) The moon gives off its own light.

D) The moon is nearer to the earth than to the sun.

• A) The moon is too far from the Earth.

B) The moon is at the back of the sun.

C) The sun is too bright during the day cause the moon to be less visible.

D) The moon does not produce light during the day.

• A) Earth

B) Saturn

C) Mercury

D) Jupiter

• A) Neptune

B) Uranus

C) Mercury

D) Venus