Who wrote science law 'for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction'?
Newton Click to see the answer
Which science term means the rate of change of velocity?
What is the name of the process for isolating animals recently arrived from overseas to prevent disease?
Which mathematician first said the world wasn't flat, but a sphere?
What comes after 'double' in the name of a common drug testing method?
Silicosis, caused by high levels of silicon, affects which organ of the body?
Which is the lightest of all the metallic elements?
Lithium Click to see the answer
What is haemotology the study of?
Which term in maths means without end or limits?
What is the name for the product of a combustion reaction?
Waxing Gibbous refers to which celestial body?
How many fundamental states of matter are there?
Isaac Newton was born in which century?
What word means how heavy something is, given its volume?
The chemical symbol Na, from the Latin Natrium, is for which element?
Aqua Regia is used to dissolve which metal?
Which element is also known as quicksilver?
What was the first name of famous physicist Rutherford?
In which year did man last land on the moon?
1972 Click to see the answer
Which word means relating to motion?
What is the name of the yellow-green digestive fluid produced by your liver?
Which science term means to check the accuracy of equipment?
Which animal has the longest gestation period?
Which layer of the earth is under the crust, but above the core?
Which scientist developed the idea of natural selection?
Bauxite is the raw material used to make which metal?
What is the name of a force causing movement?
What did physicist Alessandro Volta discover?
Which chemical is also known as quicksilver?
Which element, originally called hydragyrum, has the symbol Hg?
What is the name for a pivot on which a lever turns?
Pollinate is a verb used to describe the fertilisation of which objects?
What is measured with a geiger counter?
Squirrel, Proboscis and Tamarin are types of which animal?
Monkey Click to see the answer
Which science term means an observation which differs from expectations?
What is the name of the change of state from solid to liquid?
What is the first name of particle physics expert Professor Cox?
Fission is used to generate which sort of power?
Sound travels how many times faster in water than in air?
Which pigment in the skin gives color?
Kalium is the Latin name for which chemical element?
Cystic Fibrosis affects which organ of the body?
The test for which gas is that it turns limewater milky?
What type of energy is possessed by a body in motion?
Capillary action refers to the movement of which substance?
How is hydropower generated?
Which scientist wrote 'A Brief History of Time'?
What does the P stand for in the chemical PVC?
What is the name of the fundamental unit of temperature?
A hurricane is defined as winds with speeds over how many miles per hour?
Copper is named after which island in the Mediterranean?
What would you measure with a chronometer?
Time Click to see the answer
Dr Jonas Salk developed a vaccine for which disease?
What word means the wearing away of land by water or wind?
What comes after 'dry' for the solid form of carbon dioxide?
What is the proper chemical name for marsh gas?
What is the name for the bones which make up the spine?
Which biological term means without a spine?
What does the Beaufort Scale measure?
Which of the three states of matter can be compressed?
The early plastic called Bakelite was patented in which year?
Sb is the chemical symbol for which element?
What is mass divided by density?
What does the U stand for in UV light?
How many poles does a magnet have?
Which type of rock is formed under huge amounts of heat or pressure?
What connects muscle to bone?
What scientific term means something which can be bent and shaped?
What transparent glass object is used for separating light?
Electrical components can be connected in series or in what?
What name do we give to the purple variety of quartz?
How many Laws of Thermodynamics are there?
What is the addictive chemical in tobacco?
Where in the body would you find alveoli?
Which is the lightest element in the periodic table?
Heliocentric means putting which celestial body at the center?
The European Organization for Nuclear Research, CERN, is in which country?
What disease is caused by a deficiency of Vitamin D?
What substance are nails made from?
How many officially recognised constellations are there?
88 Click to see the answer
Lobate Scarps are a feature of which planet?
What is somnology the study of?
How many years is it said to take Jupiter to orbit the Sun?
Which gas makes up 90% of household natural gas?
The distance between the Sun and the Earth is roughly how many times the Sun's diameter?
Which theory says that the most simplest explanation is properly the right one?
Occam's Razor Click to see the answer
Sedimentary rocks like limestone and chalk are largely composed of which element?
How many pairs of chromosomes do most people have?
Which living creature is the constellation Aquila named after?
Thermal decomposition means breaking down using what?
Equinology is the study of which animal?
What is the name of the sugar stored in the body for energy?
Which organ is located at the top of the neck?
What is the side of the triangle opposite the right angle, according to Pythagoras?
Selenology is the scientific study of what?
Moon Click to see the answer
Which term means heat transfer through the movement of a fluid?
The Cassini-Huygens probe was sent to visit which planet?
In 1693 Giovanni Zupi observed that which planet actually orbited the sun?
Atlas is a moon of which planet?
Robert Goddard is a scientist mostly associated with what?
How many constellations of stars represent the zodiac?
Fluorine, chlorine and iodine are in which element group?
In July 2018, the Italian Space Agency detected what on Mars?
Callisto and Io are moons that orbit which planet?
Jupiter Click to see the answer
What is the name given to the outer layer of the earth?
Electrolysis is the process of getting hydrogen and oxygen from which substance?
What is the unit to measure electrical resistance?
What word means the relative reactivity of an element?
Jupiter is what numbered planet from the Sun?
Which planet in the solar system is named after the Roman God of merchants, travellers and thieves?
What type of kinetic energy is stored in a coiled spring?
Ganymede is a moon which orbits which planet?
What is mass multiplied by acceleration?
What was the surname of Michael, a British scientist who developed the laws of electrolysis?
The constellation Orion is depicted in the Greek Mythology as?
A Great Hunter
What is the name for a chemical which can bind two incompatible substances like water and oil?
Emulsifier Click to see the answer
Mimas is a moon of which planet?
What is the outermost layer of skin called?
Telesto is a moon of which planet?
What is the scientific name for a substance which promotes drying?
Hyperion is a moon of which planet?
Janus is a moon of which planet?
The Cerberus Fossae is found on which planet?
Johann Schroter spotted 20km Mountains on which plant in 1800?
How many men crewed Apollo 11 when it landed on the moon in 1969?
Galileo first observed the rings of which planet in 1610?
What is the scientific name for a drug derived from poppies?
The creation of our universe is said to have started with which theory?
Enzymes are made from strings of which type of acids?
What do you get by multiplying velocity and mass together?
Scientist Leo Hendrik Baekeland who invented bakelite was from which European country?
Belgium Click to see the answer
Noachis Terra is a period of which planets history?
What was the name of the particle discovered at CERN in 2012?
What is the first name of popular space scientist Professor Cox?
What is the SI unit of thermodynamic temperature?
The Borealis Basin can be found on which planet?
Skathi is a moon of which planet?
Enzymes in the body assist with which process?
In 1631 Pierre Gassendi made the first telescopic observation of which planet?
How many earth days does it take for Mars to Orbit the sun?
In which modern day country is the Chernobyl power station, which exploded in 1986?
Where in the body would you find leukocytes?
In which Asian country could you visit the world's largest science center or museum?
What is the name of molecules produced by living organisms that help biochemical reactions?
Which famous scientist joined the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey in 1933?
Phobos is a moon of which planet?
Complete the name of a famous feature on Mercury 'The Caloris _____'?
Henri Becquerel is famous for his work in which field of science?
Kepler came up with his three laws of planetary motion in which century?
Astronomers observe the sky from what named building?
The Greek letter 'rho', which looks like p, is used as the symbol for what?
Pan is a moon of which planet?
Which planet boasts the largest moon in the solar system?
Jupiter Click to see the answer
Triton orbits which planet?
Which planet is best known for its rings?
Which planet is referred to as being Cronian?
What comprises 42% of Mercury?
Which space probe landed on Mars in June 1999?
Which plant is orbited by the moon of Proteus?
Neptune Click to see the answer
Which planet is known as The Bringer of Old Age?
What is the name of the largest mountain on Mars?
Which name is given to the collection of Jupiter's 4 largest moons?
Which planet takes around 668 days to orbit the Sun?
The Orionids meteor shower peaks during which month?
Which planet takes 29 Earth years to orbit the Sun?
Which planet is the second largest planet in the Solar System?
Which planet shares its name with a popular chocolate bar?
Which planet has the second largest moon in the Solar System?
Saturn Click to see the answer
Which planet in our solar system is the slowest orbiting planet?
Which planet in our solar system has the greatest average density?
Which planet has a day which lasts the equivalent of 176 Earth Days?
Which planet has a 'Great Dark Spot'?
Which planet is known as the Red Planet?
Which astronomer first calculated the orbit of a comet
Which planet has a moon named Amalthea?
Which planet is given its reddish appearance by Iron Oxide?
What protective layer surrounds Earth?
Which of these planets does not have a satellite?
What was the first US Space Shuttle to fly in space?
Which of the planets is the second largest of the 'gas giants'?
Saturn Click to see the answer
Which planet is named after the Roman God of the Sea?
Which planet in our solar system takes about 225 days to orbit the sun?
Which planet has an astronomical signal that is a trident?
Which of these is known as the Red Planet?
What gives the 'Red Planet', Mars its redness?
Which planet has the largest dust storms in the solar system?
Which planet possess a ring entitled Egalite 1?
The Rover Spirit was sent to which planet?
What planet comes between Mercury and Earth?
Which planet is the smallest of the 'Gas giants'?
What was the first artificial satellite to be launched in to space by the USSR?
Who made the first spacewalk ever?
Which planet is fifth closest to the Sun?
Which planet is name after the Roman God of Wealth?