CBSE Class 6 Social Science Question Paper Set N

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Geography

1. The planet known as the “Earth‟s Twin” is :

(a) Jupiter (b)Saturn (c) Venus

2.Which is the third nearest planet to the sun.

(a) Venus (b)Earth (c) Mercury

3. All planets move around the sun in

(a)Circular path (b)Rectangular Path (c) Elongated path

4. The pole star indicates the direction to the

(a) South (b)North (c) East

5. Asteroids are found between the orbits of :

(a) Saturn and Jupiter (b)Mars & Jupiter (c) The earth and the mars.

6. A group of stars forming various pattern is called

(a) Universe (b)Galaxy (c) Constellation

7. A huge system of stars are called

(a) Galaxy (b)Constellation (c)Universe

8. The closest celestial body to our earth is :

(a) Mercury (b)Jupiter (c) Mars

9. The word „Ge‟ means :

(a) Universe (b)Galaxy (c) Earth

10. The word Solar means :

(a) Related to the sun (b)family of the sun (c) sun

11. __________________________is the center of the solar system.

(a) Sun (b)Moon (c) earth

12. The sun is about ______________________million km away from the earth.

(a) 15 (b)150 (c) 1500

13. The elongated paths of the planets.

(a) orbits (b)Axis (c) Galaxy

14. The shape of the earth is described as :

(a) circle (b)geoid (c) concentric

15. The light of the sun takes about _________________minutes to reach the earth

(a) 15 (b)30 (c) 8

16. _______________was the first man to step on the surface of the moon

(a) Neil Armstrong (b)Aryabhatta (c) Kalpana Chawla

17. The moon moves around the earth in about _______________ days

(a) 24 (b)27 (c) 360

18. __________________________is a celestial body that moves around the planets.

(a) planets (b)Satellite (c) Stars

19.Those who study the celestial bodies and their movements are called :

(a) Geologists (b)Astronomers (c) Scientists

20.The small piece of rocks which move around the sun are called

(a) Asteroids (b)Meteor (c)Comets

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