Friday, April 29, 2016

Our Solar System : Complete Notes for SSC CGL - Part 1

We have already provided  lots of Notes and PDF materials for SSC CGL Exam. Today, We are going to provide you a Notes on Our Solar System. It's an Important topic and questions are being asked from this topic. Anyway, If you want to have a look on some of our previously provided notes or PDF material, Click on below given links:

Written Notes

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PDF Notes
  1. Biggest Planet  :  Jupiter
  2. Smallest Planet : Mercury
  3. Nearest Planet to Sun : Mercury 
  4. Farthest Planet to Sun : Neptune
  5. Nearest Planet to Earth : Venus
  6. Brightest Planet : Venus
  7. Brighest Star after Sun  : Sirius
  8. Planet with maximum satellites : Jupiter
  9. Coldest Planet : Neptune
  10. Hottest Planet : Venus
  11. Heaviest Planet : Jupiter
  12. Red Planet : Mars
  13. Biggest Satellite : Gannymede
  14. Smallest Satellite - Deimos
  15. Blue Planet : Earth
  16. Morning/ Evening star  : Venus
  17. Earth's Twin : Venus
  18. Green Planet : Neptune
  19. Planet with a big red spot : Jupiter
  20. Lord of Heavens : Jupiter
  21. Greatest Diurnal Temperature : Mercury
  22. Ratio of Gravitational pull of Moon and Earth :  1:6
  23. Part of Moon notvisible from the earth : 41%
  24. Revolution period of Moon around Earth : 27 days, 7 hrs, 43 min and 11.47 secs
  25. Rotation period of Moon around Earth : 27 days, 7 hrs, 43 min and 11.47 sec
  26. Highest Mountain of Moon - 35000 ft (Leibniz Mts.)
  27. Time taken by Moonlight to reach Earth : 1.3 sec

  • Rotation : 58.65 days
  • Revolution: 88 days (Fastest revolution in Solar System)
  • Maximum diurnal range of temperature. Its days are scorching hot and nights are frigid.
  • It has no atmosphere and no satellite.
  • Also called Earth's Twin, because it is slightly smaller than Earth ( 500 km less in diameter).
  • Popularly known as Evening Star and Morning Star.
  • Brightest object after sun and moon (because of 70% albedo, the reflecting power).
  • Closest planet to earth.
  • It is the hottest planet in Solar System. It is because of the green house effect as its atmosphere contains 90-95% carbon dioxide. The night and day temperatures are also almost same. Rotates backward(clockwise) unlike others.
  • Slowest rotation in Solar System (257 days). Almost equla rotation and revolution (224.7 days).
  • Also called Blue Planet. It is the densest of all planets.
  • Circumference: 40,232 km. Area: 510 million sq. km.
  • Average distance from sun : 149 million-km.
  • Spins on its imaginary axis from West to East in 23 hrs, 56 min and 40.91 sec.
  • Takes 365 days, 5 hrs, 48 min and 45.51 sec in annual movement around the sun. It results in extra days every fourth year.
  • Also called Red Planet.
  • Revolution : 687 days
  • Rotation: 24.6 hrs( almost equal to Earth)
  • It has a thin atmosphere comprising of nitrogen and argon.
  • It is marked with dormant volcanoes and deep chasms where once water flowed. Recent explorations have thrown light on the possibilities of existence of life here.
  • The highest mountain here is named 'Nix Olympia' which is three times higher than Mount Everest.
  • It has 2 satellites - Phobos and Deimos

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