Physics and Astronomy

Do you love gazing at the stars at night? Or do you ever wonder about the matter outside our planet? Quiz-Tree has provided a series of fun quizzes that will let you learn more about the celestial objects in our universe.

Challenge yourself on how much you know about the solar system and the heavenly bodies. Find out more interesting facts about the planets, stars and even the Milky Way by answering the games below. Learning astronomy and physics has never been this fun!


The Solar System 1
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The Solar System 15+10
The Solar System 25+10
The Solar System 35+10

The Sun
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The Sun5+10

The Planet Mercury
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The Planet Mercury5+10

The Andromeda Galaxy
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The Andromeda Galaxy5+10

Neutron Stars
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Neutron Stars5+9

Supernovae
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Supernovae5+6

Pulsars
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Pulsars5+9

The Asteroid Belt
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The Asteroid Belt5+8

The Milky Way
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The Milky Way5+10

Telescopes
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Telescopes5+5

Black Holes
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Black Holes5+9

Earth
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Earth5+11

Jupiter
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Jupiter5+12

Mars
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Mars5+10

Neptune
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Neptune5+8

Quasars
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Quasars5+9

Saturn
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Saturn5+11

Uranus
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Uranus5+9

Venus
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Venus5+10

Constellations
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Constellations5+10

Eclipses
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Eclipses5+12

Famous Astronomers
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Famous Astronomers5+11

Famous Physics Formulas
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Famous Physics Formulas12+10

Amateur Telescopes
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Amateur Telescopes5+10

Famous Scientists
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Famous Scientists5+10


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NYT > Space & Cosmos

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