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500 Most Important Biology Physics Chemistry General Science Questions1. The space telescope of NASA discovered astonishing magnetic braids of super-hot matter in
the outer atmosphere of the Sun. Which of the following statements is true in context with this
statement?
a) The scientists claimed that this discovery could help in explaining the mysterious hot center
of the Sun.
b) The NASA’s telescope captured 1000 photographs depicting astonishing details.
c) It was found out that the Sun’s surface was almost up to 6125 degrees Celsius.
d) The scientists also discovered that the powerful magnetic waves which rippled from within
the surface of the Sun.

2. Iran on 28 January 2013 announced that it had successfully sent into space a primate. Which
primate did it send into space?
a) Worms
b) Monkey
c) Turtle
d) Mouse
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3. NASA on 1 February 2013 marked the 10th anniversary of which Space Shuttle?
a) Columbia
b) Challenger
c) Both of these
d) None of these
4. Scientists from NASA in the last week of January 2013 discovered an old star called TW
Hydrae which they believe could create new planets even now. How old is this star?
a) 100 million years old
b) 50 million years old
c) 20 million years old
) 10 million years old
5. The Japanese scientists from the Saitama University in the first week of February 2013 film
for the first time, the thoughts of which animal while it was tracking its prey?
a) A fish
b) A zebra
c) An elephant
d) A snail
6. UK scientists in the third week of January 2013 discovered a set of hydrothermal vents, the
deepest anywhere in the world while exploring the ocean floor in the __________. Fill in the
blank with an appropriate option.
a) Caribbean Islands
b) Cayman Trough
c) Atlantic
d) None of these
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7. Where did the researchers in the third week of February 2013 detect water traces inside
the crystalline structure?
a) Mars
b) Sun
c) Earth
d) Moon
8. The astronomers in the second week of February 2013 discovered the proof that cosmic rays
originate as the results of explosions of stars or supernova, these are termed as the most
energetic event in the galaxy. Who discovered the cosmic rays first in 1912?
a) Eratosthenes
b) Victor Hess
c) Claudius Ptolemy
d) Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi
9. Scientists discovered in their study that Bumblebees (Bombus terrorists) can detect the
electric fields of _________. Fill in the blank with an appropriate option.
a) Plants
b) Vegetables
c) Flowers
d) Fruits
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10. Where will the first wildlife skywalk of India come up?
a) Shillong
b) Manali
c) Manipur
d) Sikkim
11. NASA on 9 February 2013 announced that its Mars rover Curiosity drilled into the surface of
the planet for the first time. Which of the following statements is not true in the context of this
statement?
a) As an outcome of the drilling, the pictures were sent by Curiosity which depicted a hole of
around 0.63 inches wide and 2.5 inches deep in the fine-grained sedimentary bedrock.
b) Engineers are absolutely clear whether the powder was produced in what quantity but it is
enough for laboratory analysis.
c) NASA announced that using drill was the biggest achievement for the team of Curiosity ever
since the rover landed on Mars in August 2012.
d) The final target of Curiosity is 3-mile- (5-km) high mound of layered sediment which rises
from the floor of Gale Crater landing site.
12. A new study using data from a pair of gravity-measuring NASA satellites found on 12
February 2013 that large parts of the arid __________ region lost freshwater reserves rapidly
during the past decade. Fill in the blank with an appropriate option.
a) Middle East
b) South Eastern
c) Saudi Arabia
d) North Western
13. Astronomers in the third week of February 2013 discovered six speeding stars which were
racing through space at a speed of 3.2 million kilometers per hour. The mass of these stars
is equivalent to what?
a) Moon
b) Earth
c) Milky Way
d) Sun
14. NASA scientists discovered the youngest black hole in our galaxy, Milky Way in February
2013. How far is this black hole from Earth?
a) 26000 light years away
b) 12000 light years away
c) 10000 light years away
d) 25000 light years away
15. The core of Milky Way is actually cloaked in dust which makes all stars unclear from
telescopes of the astronomers, except the brightest stars. But these hypervelocity stars were
useful in providing a peep into _________. Fill in the blank with an appropriate option.
a) Deaths of stars in Milky Way
b) Birth of the stars in the universe
c) Deaths of the stars around the Sun
d) Formation of stars in Milky Way
16. Name the Mars rover of NASA.
a) Era
b) Curiosity
c) Discovery
d) Challenger
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17. Where was the first bionic man of the world called Rex unveiled on 7 February 2013?
a) London’s Science Museum
b) American Science Museum
c) Paris Science Museum
d) Europe Science Museum
18. Which of the following statements is not true?
a) NASA on 9 February 2013 announced that its Mars rover Curiosity drilled into the surface of
the planet for the first time.
b) The drilling into Martian surface took place for the first time on 8 February 2013.
c) As an outcome of the drilling, the pictures were sent by Challenger which depicted a hole of
around 0.63 inches wide and 2.5 inches deep in the fine-grained sedimentary bedrock.
d) The first drill target of Curiosity was a Martian rock which was laced with the veins which
appeared like water-deposited minerals.
19. In the first bionic man of the world, Rex, where did the synthetic blood come from?
a) MIT
b) Swansea
c) University College London
d) Sheffield University
20. Curiosity is on a _________ mission on Mars for finding out the chemical and geologic
conditions on Mars which are required for supporting as well as preserving the microbial life.
Fill in the blank with an appropriate option:
a) 3-year
b) 5-year
c) 2-year
d) 10-year
21. Scientists at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, US and Karolinska Institute in
Sweden got a genetic get through into the main cause of arthritis. What, according to the
scientists could be used for predicting the person who could potentially be at a risk of this
disease?
a) Simple X-Ray
b) Simple Blood test
c) Simple Diagnosis
d) None of these
22. A team at Intel, the computer hardware firm created a device, which is said to allow which
a renowned physicist of the world to communicate faster than before?
a) Nikola Tesla
b) Antoine Henri Becquerel
c) Max Planck
d) Stephen Hawking

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