Do you know? There is no sound in the air, which means no atmosphere in the space. Because the sound has no medium or way to travel to be heard, Astronauts use radios to stay in communication while in space. Since radio waves can still be sent and received rather form a good means to convey messages to one another in space.
This page is full of incredible, inspiring, and unbelievable facts about space. Just scroll down by answering the given questions. For sure it will give you updated and insane knowledge about space.
1) In how many linear dimensions physical space is often conceived?
2) In which century the mathematicians began to examine geometries that are non-Euclidean, where space is conceived as curved, rather than flat?
3) According to which theory, space around gravitational fields deviates from Euclidean space?
4) Which planet is the hottest planet in the solar system?
5) Of all the planets in our solar system (apart from Earth), which planet is the one most likely to be hospitable to life?
6) Which stars in space can spin 600 times per second?
7) How many percent of the Solar system takes up the Sun’s mass.
8) Which volcano on Mars is three times the size of Everest?
9) Which thing in the solar system was once a piece of earth?
10) How long is 1 day in space?
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Interesting questions about space
11) What is the reason, you would not be able to walk on Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, or Neptune?
12) How many times an asteroid about the size of a car enters Earth’s atmosphere?
13) Where is the highest mountain known to man is found in space?
14) In which color the sunset on Mars appears?
15) Which thing is present more on earth than stars in a milky way?
16) One day on which planet is longer than one year?
17) How far is our Milky Way galaxy from the nearest other galaxies?
18) Have you ever wonder why stars twinkle and planets do not?
19) Which planet’s atmosphere rains diamonds?
20) Which telescope is the most famous telescope which is almost 44-feet long?
Research of Yale University scientists suggests that there is a rocky planet called 55 Cancri e. It has a radius twice that of Earth and a mass eight times greater. It may have a surface made up of graphite and diamond. It’s 40 light-years away but visible to the naked eye in the constellation of Cancer. Some more impressive facts like this are yet to come, just enjoy the next series of trivia.
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21) Which hole is a place in space where the gravitational pull is so strong that even light cannot get out?
22) Which black hole was first discovered in the 1960s, and it’s 10 times more massive than the Sun?
23) Does our Milky Way have a larger black hole?
24) What is the weight of the gigantic black hole lurking in the heart of our galaxy?
25) According to which project, there are expectations to have preliminary images of the black hole’s edge in the coming months?
26) By using which international network of radio Telescope, scientists obtained an image of the black hole at the center of galaxy M87?
27) What Supermassive black holes can add to the galaxy?
28) How many stars in our galaxy according to the European Space Agency’s Gaia satellite?
29) How much does the Milky Way weigh?
30) Is our Milky Way Galaxy close to any other galaxies?
For years it was believed that Earth was the only planet in our solar system with liquid water. More recently, NASA revealed its strongest evidence yet that there is intermittent running water on Mars, too!
Space travel trivia
31) Which tests have confirmed that non-Euclidean geometries provide a better model for the shape of space?
32) How longer the highest mountain is on the asteroid called Vesta?
33) Which space tourism has been performed only by the Russian Space Agency?
34) In which year Russia stopped orbital space tourism, due to the increase in the International Space Station crew size?
35) Which American aerospace company won the $10 million X Prize in October 2004 with SpaceShipOne, as the first private company to reach and surpass an altitude of 100?
36) Which American spaceflights company aims to be the first to offer regular suborbital spaceflights to paying passengers, aboard a fleet of five Spaceships?
37) In 2018, which American suborbital spaceflight services company is developing the New Shepard reusable suborbital launch system specifically to enable short-duration space tourism?
38) What is the name of the suborbital vehicle XCOR Aerospace developed?
39) Which two-seat vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) rocket use a capsule similar in shape to the Gemini capsule?
40) In which year EADS Astrium, a subsidiary of European aerospace giant EADS, announced its space tourism project?
Common questions about space
41) In which year, the US government released a set of proposed rules for space tourism?
42) Which prints on the Moon will be there for 100 million years?
43) What is the weight of a spacesuit without the astronaut which takes 45 minutes to put it on?
44) Which satellite was the first artificial satellite sent into space by the United States?
45) How much food each space shuttle astronaut is allotted?
46) What is the name of America’s first space station, which was longer than a 12-story building and contained almost 12,000 cubic feet of living space?
47) What are the benefits of Experiments performed in space?
48) Which country is a partner of the International Space Station, a research laboratory in space?
49) What was the first space telescope launched on 7 December 1968?
50) How many stars and planets the Milky Way is estimated to contain?
Hard questions about space
51) According to NASA, what is the first human-made object to enter space in 1949?
52) What was the first successful human spaceflight, carrying the 27-year-old Russian cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin, on 12 April 1961?
53) Which object was the first artificial object to reach another celestial body reaching the Moon in 1959?
54) When did Luna 10 become the first artificial satellite of the Moon, entering in a lunar orbit?
55) Who was the NASA head of the Space Task Force and director of 25 crewed space flights?
56) Who was the designer of the Mercury capsule?
57) Which robotic spacecraft was developed by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency to return a sample of material?
58) In which year Hayabusa was launched?
59) What is perhaps the most insidious health hazard to space travelers as it is invisible to the naked eye and can cause cancer?
60) Who was the first woman to ever enter space?
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61) How long does it take for light from the Sun to reach Earth?
62) How much time it takes the Sun to do one revolution of the Milky Way Galaxy?
63) Which force keeps the planets in orbit?
64) In which direction does the Earth spin?
65) Why do we have seasons on Earth?
66) How do spaceships make artificial gravity?
67) The largest circular storm in our solar system is on the surface of which of the following planets?
68) During the period between 1979 and 1998, what is the farthest planet from the sun?
69) The Andromeda Galaxy is which of the following types of galaxies?
70) Which unlucky Apollo lunar landing was canceled after an oxygen tank exploded?
More than a year ago a black hole and its shadow were captured in an image for the first time, a historic feat by an international network of radio telescopes called the Event Horizon Telescope. Now time for a simple quiz to relax your mind after having incredibly hard questions about space.
Simple space quiz
71) How many planets are there in our solar system?
72) How old is the solar system?
73) Which is the third planet from the Sun?
74) What is the color of the sun?
75) Would a guitar sound the same on a space station?
76) What device first proved that Earth rotates on its axis?
77) Which planet has a moon almost as big as the planet itself?
78) Who was the first black American astronaut in space?
79) Who was the first man to classify stars according to their brightness?
80) What gas is the main component of the atmosphere of Mars?