46. S1: The path of Venus lies inside the path of the Earth.
P: When at its farthest from the Earth, Venus is 160 million away
Q: With such a wide range between its greatest and leat distances it is natural that at sometimes Venus appears much brighter than at others.
R: No other body ever comes so near the Earth, with the exception of the Moon and occasional comet or asteroid.
S: When Venus is at its nearest to the earth it is only 26 million miles away.
S6: When at its brightest, it is easily seen with the naked eye in broad daylight.
The Proper sequence should be:
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|Exam Name : UPSC, SSC, IBPS, SBI, CAT, MAT, NET, KVS, NVS, PSU, RRB|
|Posts Name : College Lecturer, School Lecturer, Teacher, Office Assistant, Officer, Clerk|
|General English Books|
|IAS 2021 Total Info||CDS 2021 Total Info||SSC 2021 Total Info|
|RAILWAY 2021 Total Info||NDA 2021 Total Info||KVS 2021 Total Info|
|SBI 2021 Total Info||AFCAT 2021 Total Info||UGC NET 2021 Total Info|
|IBPS 2021 Total Info||JAM 2021 Total Info||CSIR UGC NET 2021 Total Info|
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