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596. The light coming from stars gives the idea of their:A. sizeB. rotational speedC. massD. temperatureD.temperature
597. The period of one revolution of sun around the centre ofgalaxy is called:
598. Super Nova is : [CDS 1994]
D. a dying starD.a dying star599. The altitudes of heavenly bodies appear to be greater thanthey actually are. This isdue to:
600. The same side of the moon always faces the Earth because:[Railways 1994]A. Moon and the Earth have gravitational forceB. Moon cannot change its positionC. the period of rotation of the Moon on its axis and period ofrevolution around' the Earth is almost the sameD. the period of rotation of the Moon is not equal to the period ofrotation of the EarthC.the period of rotation of the Moon on its axis and period ofrevolution around' the Earth is almost the same
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