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Question 1
Where is Grand Canyon located?
A. ColoradoB. Arizona
C. AlabamaD. Ohio
Question 2
What is the width of the Grand Canyon?
A. 1 to 8 milesB. 2 to 8 miles
C. 277 milesD. 4 to 18 miles
Question 3
Where was the first European, known to have viewed the Grand Canyon, from?
A. SpainB. USA
C. CanadaD. Mexico
Question 4
Which of the following facts about the Grand Canyon is NOT correct?
A. It is 277 miles long.B. The Pueblo people considered the Grand Canyon a holy site and made pilgrimages to it.
C. It is the deepest canyon in the world.D. It is largely contained within the Grand Canyon National Park.
Question 5
Where are the world's deepest canyons located?
A. USAB. Peru
C. ArizonaD. Italy
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We live on the Earth. Our Earth is a part of a Solar System. Our solar system consists of the Sun, planets, moons and other celestial bodies. All planets including Earth, revolves around the Sun. There are eight planets in the solar system. In order of their distances from the Sun, the planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Natural satellites, usually termed as moons after Earth's Moon, orbit around the planets. There are 166 known moons for all eight planets. Our moon is the only moon that we can see from the Earth without the help of any telescope. Other then planets and moons, there are other smaller objects such as asteroids, Kuiper belt objects, comets, meteoroids, and interplanetary dust in the solar system.

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars are termed as inner or terrestrial planets. They have dense, rocky compositions, few or no moons, and no ring systems. The four planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are termed as outer planets or gas giants. These outer planets collectively make up 99 percent of the mass known to orbit the Sun. Jupiter and Saturn's atmospheres are largely hydrogen and helium. Uranus and Neptune's atmospheres have water, ammonia and methane.
Question 6
Which of the following planets is a gas giant?
A. MercuryB. Jupiter
C. VenusD. Earth
Question 7
Which of the following gases is a part of Saturn's atmosphere?
A. ammoniaB. methane
C. oxygenD. hydrogen
Question 8
All planets revolve around the _______.
A. MoonB. Comets
C. SunD. Earth
Question 9
Which of the following planets has a ring system?
A. SaturnB. Mercury
C. VenusD. Earth
Question 10
Which planet is closest to the Sun?
A. EarthB. Uranus
C. JupiterD. Mercury
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