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What is solar penumbra eclipse?

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Deepika replied | 27/09/2016

A total solar eclipse occurs when the Earth intersects the umbra portion of the Moon's shadow. When the umbra does not reach the surface of the Earth, the Sun is only partially occulted, resulting in an annular eclipse. Partial solar eclipses occur when the viewer is inside the penumbra.

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Rakesh replied | 26/05/2016

Mercury

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Anuya replied | 27/05/2016

MERCURY

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Vijay replied | 31/05/2016

Group of stars forming particular shape

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Ramswroop replied | 01/06/2016

A group of start forming a recognized pattern of psychology

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Mahendra replied | 02/04/2016

in our enviroment inner planet- mercury, venus, earth, mars. outer planet- jupiter, uranus neptune

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Ramanjaneya replied | 04/04/2016

Inner planets are mercury,venus,earth,mars
outer planets are Jupiter,Saturn,Neptune,Uranus

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Archisman replied | 27/05/2016

Saturn posses a ring basically made of hydrogen gas which is not present in case of any other planet..

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Deepika replied | 01/10/2016

Saturn is well known for its system of three rings. It is a large planet: at 120,536 kilometres it is only a little smaller than Jupiter. It revolves around the Sun in 12 years, and rotates a little more than 10 hours. Like Jupiter, Saturn is composed of mostly gas, and has a core composed of rock and metallic hydrogen. The surface of Saturn looks banded, and has a brown-yellow,...  more»
Saturn is well known for its system of three rings. It is a large planet: at 120,536 kilometres it is only a little smaller than Jupiter. It revolves around the Sun in 12 years, and rotates a little more than 10 hours. Like Jupiter, Saturn is composed of mostly gas, and has a core composed of rock and metallic hydrogen. The surface of Saturn looks banded, and has a brown-yellow, butterscotch colour. Saturn’s rings are probably composed of small particles of ice and rock. Saturn has 62 moons (as of 2016). It is named for the Roman god of agriculture
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Somil replied | 11/04/2016

The pressure exerted by the atmosphere on the earth surface above a specific place

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Jenifer replied | 13/04/2016

the pressure exerted by the weight of the atmosphere, which at sea level has a mean value of 101,325 pascals (roughly 14.6959 pounds per square inch).

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Ramanuj replied | 24/05/2016

A light-year is a unit of distance. It is the distance that light can travel in one year. Light moves at a velocity of about 300,000 kilometers (km) each second. So in one year, it can travel about 10 trillion km. More p recisely, one light-year is equal to 9,500,000,000,000 kilometers.

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Gourav replied | 26/05/2016

Its the astronomical distance that light travels in one year.

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Mohit replied | 04/06/2016

jupiter

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Uttam replied | 03 Mar

Jupiter.

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Prema replied | 01/07/2016

A non-contact force is a force applied to an object by another body that is not in direct contact with it. The most familiar example of a non-contact force is weight. In contrast a contact force is a force applied to a body by another body that is in contact with it. In physics, a contact force, is a force that acts at the point of contact between two objects, in contrast to body...  more»
A non-contact force is a force applied to an object by another body that is not in direct contact with it. The most familiar example of a non-contact force is weight. In contrast a contact force is a force applied to a body by another body that is in contact with it. In physics, a contact force, is a force that acts at the point of contact between two objects, in contrast to body forces. Contact forces are described by Newton's laws of motion, as with all other forces in dynamics. Contact force is the force in which an object comes in contact with another object. «less

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Deepika replied | 01/10/2016

A non-contact force is a force applied to an object by another body that is not in direct contact with it. The most familiar example of a non-contact force is weight.
In contrast a contact force is a force applied to a body by another body that is in contact with it.

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Mahendra replied | 29/03/2016

a satellite is an artificial object which has been intentionally placed into orbit

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Deepika replied | 01/10/2016

An artificial satellite is an object that people have made and launched into orbit using rockets. There are currently over a thousand active satellites orbiting the Earth.

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Mandara replied | 31/03/2016

300 per hour

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Aishwarya replied | 31/03/2016

1000-1200

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Avinash replied | 20/03/2016

Absolute humidity

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

humidity = amt of water
specific humidity=amt of water vapour specificly
absolut humidity=net content

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Avinash replied | 20/03/2016

Specific heat - energy required to change a unit of a material by 1 degree C.
Latent heat - energy required to change the state of a unit mass of material.

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Lakshita Sharma replied | 12/06/2016

specific heat of any substance is the energy in kilojoule required to increase the temperature of one mole of the substance by 1 kelvin or 1 degree celsius. whereas the latent heat is the amount of energy released or absorbed by a substance during phase change, it is a hidden heat during which change of temperature does not take place

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Satyendra Kumar replied | 14/03/2016

C. RAJGOPALCHARI

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Rani replied | 21/03/2016

Warren Hastings was the first Governor General of India.

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Shikha replied | 10/03/2016

Yuri Gagrin

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Pujari replied | 13/03/2016

yuri gagarin

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Just replied | 06/07/2016

all of the above

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Muniswamy.g replied | 09/07/2016

All the above

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Jyoti replied | 11/03/2016

Junko Tabei

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Scienceutsav replied | 12/03/2016

Junko Tabei

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Anand replied | 09/03/2016

Wandering Albatross

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Kaushlendra replied | 09/03/2016

royal albatross

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Gaurav replied | 11/03/2016

Progress

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Dr. Anshu replied | 11/03/2016

Self reliance, autonomy and integrity

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Priyanka replied | 09/03/2016

As a form of energy heat has the unit joule (J) in the International System of Units (SI). However, in many applied fields in engineering the British thermal unit (BTU) and the calorie are often used. The standard unit for the rate of heat transferred is the watt (W), defined as joules per second.

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Nisha replied | 10/03/2016

Heat is a form of energy. Its S.I. unit is joule.

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Priyanka replied | 09/03/2016

As a form of energy heat has the unit joule (J) in the International System of Units (SI). However, in many applied fields in engineering the British thermal unit (BTU) and the calorie are often used. The standard unit for the rate of heat transferred is the watt (W), defined as joules per second.

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Nisha replied | 10/03/2016

Heat is a form of energy. Its S.I. unit is joule.

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Priyanka replied | 09/03/2016

Light is a form of energy.

Specifically, light is a general term that is commonly used to refer to the "visible spectrum", i.e. the range of wavelengths (sometimes referred to by their corresponding frequencies) that, together, form the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum. "Visible" means something that can be seen using the eye, as opposed to "invisible" things...  more»
Light is a form of energy.

Specifically, light is a general term that is commonly used to refer to the "visible spectrum", i.e. the range of wavelengths (sometimes referred to by their corresponding frequencies) that, together, form the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum. "Visible" means something that can be seen using the eye, as opposed to "invisible" things that cannot be seen !

The visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum ranges (in wavelengths) from 380 nm to 750 nm.
Each wavelength corresponds to light of one colour so the "visible spectrum" range of wavelengths would look something like the block below if each wavelength appeared only once and they were all lined-up in order of increasing wavelength.

The law of reflection states that the incident ray, the reflected ray, and the normal to the surface of the mirror all lie in the same plane. Furthermore, the angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence . «less

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Avinash replied | 20/03/2016

The natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible.

laws of reflection:

Angle of incident ray is equal to the angle of reflected ray.

The incident ray Reflected ray and the normal at the point of incidence all lie on the same plane

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Schoolpage replied | 09/03/2016

Iran

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Priyanka replied | 09/03/2016

Iran

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Debarshi replied | 16/03/2016

60 mins

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

60 mins

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Kavithayini replied | 12/03/2016

allmonth has 28 days

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

ha ha good question all months have 28 days

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