The satellite of which planet is Europe?
Europa is the smallest of the four Galilean moons orbiting Jupiter, and the sixth-closest to the planet of all the 79 known moons of Jupiter. It is also the sixth-largest moon in the Solar System. Europa was discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei and was named after Europa.
What is the largest and most famous beach in Sydney?
La Concha Beach
Bondi Beach is a popular beach and the name of the surrounding suburb in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and is one of the most visited tourist sites in Australia. "Bondi" is an Aboriginal word meaning water breaking over rocks or noise of water breaking over rocks.
According the to Guinness Book of World Records, what is the record for most children born to a single woman?
Russian Valentina, Feodor Vassilyev's first wife set the record for most children born to a single woman. She lived to be 76 and, between 1725 and 1765, had 69 children (16 pairs of twins, 7 sets of triplets and 4 sets of quadruplets); 67 of them survived infancy with the loss of one set of twins.
What is the name of this whole grain?
Wheat is a grass widely cultivated for its seed, a cereal grain which is a worldwide staple food. The archaeological record suggests that wheat was first cultivated in the regions of the Fertile Crescent around 9600 BCE. Botanically, the wheat kernel is a type of fruit called a caryopsis.
What is the name of the exercise wheel?
The Rhönrad consists of two circles, which are connected with six spokes. The diameter of the wheel depends on the length of the gymnast, so that the gymnast can hold himself on the grips when fully stretched. The wheels are available from a diameter of 130 to 245cm. The wheel was invented in 1925 by Otto Feick in Schönau an der Brend.
In how many European countries will we pay in crowns?
This group includes 4 Nordic countries (Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark) and the Czech Republic.
Where you do not pay in rupees?
In rupees, we will pay, among others in Pakistan, India, Nepal, but also in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Seychelles and Mauritius. In Bangladesh, however, the official currency is that.
Acetaldehyde is formed as a result of oxidation...
lipid membrane of cells
The main method of production the acetaldehyde is the oxidation of ethylene by the Wacker process. Acetaldehyde occurs naturally in coffee, bread, and ripe fruit, and is produced by plants. It is also produced by the partial oxidation of ethanol by the liver enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase and is a contributing cause of hangover after alcohol consumption.
How often is the Chopin Competition organized?
every 10 years
every 5 years
every 4 years
every 2 years
The International Chopin Piano Competition often referred to as the Chopin Competition, is a piano competition held in Warsaw, Poland. It was initiated in 1927 and has been held every five years since 1955. It is one of the few competitions devoted entirely to the works of a single composer, in this case, Frédéric Chopin.
reach: rather global art classical music composers Poland
What has Roy Walford studied through his life?
Aging processes and the possibility of extending life
He was looking for a universal cancer cure
The possibility of creating a brain-computer connection
Content of 'Noncoding DNA'
Walford is credited with significantly furthering aging research by his discovery that laboratory mice, when fed a diet that restricted their caloric intake by 50% yet maintaining nutritional requirements, almost doubled their expected life span. He received his medical degree from the University of Chicago in 1948.
What is the capital city of Chad?
N’Djamena is the largest and capital city of Chad. Previously called the Fort Lamy, N'Djamena was established over a century ago by the French and on April 6, 1973, the president renamed the city to N’Djamena. The name N’Djamena is borrowed from the name of a neighboring village called Nigamina which is an Arabic name which refers to "place of rest."
What is the only spanish speaking country in Africa?
Equatorial Guinea is the only country in Africa that has Spanish as an official language. However, unlike the rest of the countries that make up the VeinteMundos, Spanish is not the first/primary language for the majority of the population (although it is still spoken by an estimated 89% of the country).
'Not to injure' also reffered as nonviolence is one of the cardinal virtues in Buddhism. What is it called?
Ahimsa means 'not to injure' and 'compassion' and refers to a key virtue in Indian religions. The word is derived from the Sanskrit root hiṃs – to strike; hiṃsā is injury or harm, a-hiṃsā is the opposite of this, i.e. cause no injury, do no harm. Ahimsa is also referred to as nonviolence, and it applies to all living beings—including all animals—in ancient Indian religions.
What, excluding water vapour, do night shining clouds consist?
rocket engines' exhaust gases
all of above
Noctilucent clouds, or night shining clouds, are tenuous cloud-like phenomena in the upper atmosphere of Earth. They are first known to have been observed in 1885, two years after the eruption of Krakatoa volcano. Noctilucent clouds require water vapour, dust and exhaust. The dust is believed to come from micrometeors, although particulates from volcanoes and dust from the troposphere are also possibilities. The exhaust are from Space Shuttles.
Which material of the followings during stretching does thicker become perpendicular to the applied force?
Auxetics are structures or materials that have a negative Poisson's ratio. When stretched, they become thicker perpendicular to the applied force. This occurs due to their particular internal structure and the way this deforms when the sample is uniaxially loaded. Auxetics can be single molecules, crystals, or a particular structure of macroscopic matter.
What was discovered on the Philippine Lubang Island in 1974?
A remains of ape over 5.6 million years old
The rhino mouse as the result of a genetic mutation
The oldest domestic animals' graveyard over 2,000 years
A Japanese army officer hidden in the jungle since the end of World War II
After World War II, Lubang Island was where Hiroo Onoda, a Japanese army intelligence officer, hid in the jungles when the Allies reclaimed the Philippines. Despite flyers being dropped by airplanes in his hiding area, he adamantly believed that the war was not over yet. In March 1974, he was officially relieved of duty, 29 years after the end of the war, making him one of the last Japanese soldiers to surrender.
The Miracle of the House of Brandenburg took place during...
the Seven Years' War
the Three Years' War
the Hundred Years' War
the Thirty Years' War
The Miracle of the House of Brandenburg is the name given by Frederick II of Prussia to the failure of Russia and Austria to follow up their victory over him at the Battle of Kunersdorf on 12 August 1759 during the Seven Years' War.
Which one is not a primary color?
Elementary art education materials, dictionaries, and electronic search engines often define primary colors effectively as conceptual colors (generally red, yellow, and blue; or red, green, and blue) that can be used to mix "all" other colors.
This house rodent is a...
Meriones unguiculatus, the Mongolian gerbil or Mongolian jird, is a small rodent belonging to the subfamily Gerbillinae. It is the most widely known species of the gerbil subfamily, and is the most commonly kept as a small house pet or experimental animal. Under those conditions, it is known as the domesticated gerbil.
How many rock blocks was used to built the Pyramid of Cheops?
about 0.2 million
about 0.8 million
about 1.2 million
about 2.3 million
Based on estimates, building the pyramid in 20 years would involve installing approximately 800 tonnes of stone every day. Additionally, since it consists of an estimated 2.3 million blocks, completing the building in 20 years would involve moving an average of more than 12 of the blocks into place each hour, day and night.