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Physics / Our Universe

Physics / Our Universe

The universe is unimaginably and infinitely big. It is commonly defined as the totality of everything that exists or is known to exist.
The universe consists of galaxies, planets, stars, meteorites, satellites and many other things.
Our earth is a part of solar system, which is a part of the Milky way galaxy.
Learn about our earth, the solar system - the sun and other planets and stars.

Learn about satellites, their launching and their usage. A man made object orbiting a planet or a moon is called an artificial satellite. e.g. The first artificial satellite launched was Sputnik-1by Russia, Aryabhatta was the first satellite launched by India. Learn how these satellites are used in television and radio transmission, studying agriculture yield, locating mineral resources, weather forecasting, locate different places on earth.

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  • Our Universe - SmartTest

    A SmartTest on Our Universe

    • Accessed by: 512 Students
    • Average Time: 00:02:18
    • Average Score: 72.39
    • Questions: 20
    • Stars and galaxies
    • Solar system
    • Heavenly bodies-Asteroids, Comets meteors and meteorites
    • Eclipses- Solar and lunar
    • Constellations
    • Artificial satellites
  • Our Universe -- Summary

    Learnhive Lesson on Our Universe

    • Accessed by: 289 Students

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