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In 1936, Hubble debuted a way to classify galaxies, grouping them into four main types: spiral galaxies, lenticular galaxies, elliptical galaxies, and irregular galaxies.
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Similarities Between Early Man and Modern Man
1. Both early man and modern man comprise physical and genetic similarities between them.
2. Both early man and Homo sapiens originated in Africa.
Posted by Revati Dasila 2 days, 1 hour ago
Ladakh is dry and COLD desert and is entirely different than climate of Kerala which is havng tropical weather.
There is no RAINS in Ladakh and terrain has no green tint...this leads to it's name COLD DESERT.
Ladakh is a small town in J & Kwhere as kerla is a state. Ladakh is a hill station or you can say a mountain desert, is very cold place and is sarounded with mountains, where as kerala is famous for its greenry.Ladakh is in the north where as kerala is in thb south.
Posted by Rachit Kalage 2 days, 1 hour ago
In physics, gravity is the natural force that causes things to fall toward the earth. The noun gravity can also mean seriousness or solemnity. Someone who conducts themselves with an air of gravity is someone who takes what they are doing seriously. Gravity is a force which tries to pull two objects toward each other. Anything which has mass also has a gravitational pull. The more massive an object is, the stronger its gravitational pull is. Earth's gravity is what keeps you on the ground and what causes objects to fall.
Posted by Furious Sam_2 2 days, 1 hour ago
The number of latitudes that cross this definition of India are 27 for the entire country or 25 for the mainland. No matter which definition you use of India's eastern and western boundaries, the whole number longitudes that cross India start with 68 and end with 97, so there are 30 longitudes that cross India.
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Barter is a system of exchange where goods or services are directly exchanged for other goods or services without using a medium of exchange, such as money. It is distinguishable from gift economies in many ways; one of them is that the reciprocal exchange is immediate and not delayed in time. he definition of barter is a system under which goods and services are exchanged instead of currency, or the actual goods or services that are being exchanged. An example of barter is when the people within a community exchange goods and services so that money needn't be used.
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Heat zones are the different zones of the earth, where the sun's rays fall differently, thus causing different climate patterns. These zones are called the Torrid Zone, the two Temperate Zones, and the two Frigid Zones. The Torrid Zone is very hot since the sun shines overhead here. The Temperate Zones maintain a moderate climate, and the Frigid Zones are extremely cold.
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Solar system refers to the family of sun. The sun, the nine planets, the satellites and other celestial bodies such as asteroids and meteoroids forms the solar system
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The Paleolithic was an age of purely hunting and gathering, but toward the Mesolithic period the development of agriculture contributed to the rise of permanent settlements. The later Neolithic period is distinguished by the domestication of plants and animals. Divided into three periods: Paleolithic (or Old Stone Age), Mesolithic (or Middle Stone Age), and Neolithic (or New Stone Age), this era is marked by the use of tools by our early human ancestors (who evolved around 300,000 B.C.) and the eventual transformation from a culture of hunting and gathering to farming and food production. During this era, early humans shared the planet with a number of now-extinct hominin relatives, including Neanderthals and Denisovans.
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A globe is a perfect representation of the Earth because -
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Ladakh is a cold desert in India. It lies in the Great Himalayas, on the eastern side of Jammu and Kashmir. It has the mighty Karakoram Range in the North and in the south, it is bound by the Zanskar mountains. Several rivers flow through Ladakh. The most important one is the Indus.
These rivers form deep valleys and gorges. They add to the scenic beauty of the place. Several glaciers are found in Ladakh. The Gangotri glacier is an example. The altitude in Ladakh varies from about 3000m in Kargil to more than 8000 m in the Karakoram.
The desert type of climate is typical of Leh Ladakh with dry winds blowing throughout the day and summers being hot and humid. On your visit to Leh, you will face the colddesert climate, especially from October to March. In winters the temperatures are extreme in Leh, dipping below freezing point. Ladakh is called the Cold Desert. Desert lands with extremely low temperatures are called cold deserts like Antarctica, which is the largest cold desert in the world. Ladakh in India is a cold desert that lies in the Great Himalayas on the eastern side of Jammu and Kashmir.
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Sulaiman and Kirthar hills are to the north-west of India; About 8000 years ago, men and women first began to grow crops of wheat and barley.
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