Wednesday, December 2, 2020

March Equinox Trivia 

Our March Equinox Trivia quiz will check your abilities about this amazing festival of march equinox and the interesting knowledge related to some awesome events.

Answer the below questions to reach the next level.

Q1.The day in the Northern Hemisphere on which the North Pole leans to the Sun is called?
Summer Solstice
Fall Equinox
Spring Solstice
Winter Equinox

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Q2.The speed at which Earth is revolving around the Sun is?
30 km/s
30 km/s
25 km/s
20 km/s

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Q3.The day on which vernal Equinox occurs is?
21st September
21st June
21st December
21st March

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Q4. The season in Northern Hemisphere while Winter Solstice is?
winter
autumn
summer
spring

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Q5. The speed at which Earth actually rotates is?
1,670 km/h
1,870 km/h
1,500 km/h
1,470 km/h

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Q6. The hemisphere of the Earth which leans towards the Sun gets?
more sunlight
more snow
less rain
less sunlight

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Q7. In Northern Hemisphere, the Sun never sets near the?
North Pole
South Pole
West Pole
East Pole

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Q8. The angle at which the axis of Earth is tilted is?
23.5°
35°
40°
42.5°

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Q9.The meaning of the word 'Equinox' is?
equal nights
equal days
longer days
longer nights

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Q10. The causes of the existence of seasons on Earth include?
Both a and b
rotating speed
tilt of Earth
revolution of Earth

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Q11.Vernal equinox of the northern hemisphere in March marks the season of?
spring
summer
winter
autumn

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Q12.The day on which the North Pole of the Earth leaned away from the Sun is called
Winter Solstice
Spring Equinox
Fall Equinox
Summer Solstice

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Q13. The rotation of the Earth gives the?
day and night
autumn season
winter season
summer season

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Q14. The rotation in which Earth rotates is from
west to east
east to west
north to south
south to north

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Q15. The time in which Earth completes its revolution around the Sun is
365.25 days
360 days
325 days
340 days

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Q16.Which astronomical celestial event generally occurs on the same date as the International Day of Happiness?
March Equinox
Winter solstice
Summer solstice
September Equinox

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Q17. In December solstice, the sunshine indirectly on
notthern hemisphere
southern hemisphere
eastren hemisphere
western hemisphere

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Q18. March equinox or sprinig equinox is also known as the ?
First equinox of year
Second equinox of year
Southren equinox of year
Northern equinox of year

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Q19. In June solstice, the season in the of the equator is?
winter
summer
spring
solar eclipses

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Q20. what is the Equinox mean?
Equal day
loner eclipses
equal night
solar eclipses

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Q21.The two halves in which Earth is divided are called
hemispheres
equators
trenches
trenches

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Q22.The day on which the neither North Pole nor the South Pole is leaned towards the Sun is called
Fall Equinox
Spring Equinox
Winter Solstice
Summer Solstice

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Q23.The day on which Winter Solstice occurs is
21st December
21st March
21st September
21st June

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Q24.In Northern Hemisphere, the nights and days are equal
near the East Pole
near the South Pole
near the North Pole
near the Equator

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Q25.The natural phenomena in which Sun does not set during the months of the Summer season are called?

 
Mid-night Sun
Mid-night Moon
Mid-afternoon Sun
Mid-afternoon Moon

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