Whether you’re a seasoned physicist or just starting in science and technology, physics trivia questions provide insight into this fascinating area’s rich history and culture. These questions can test your knowledge of physics history, theory, and practice, ranging from the fundamentals of motion and energy to the significant discoveries and breakthroughs that have impacted our understanding of the natural world.
If you want to make it in the world of physics, these physics trivia questions and answers are a wonderful place to start.
Easy Questions: 1 to 10.
Medium Questions: 11 to 30
Hard Questions: 31 to 50
50 Physics Trivia Questions and Answers
#1. Which is the proper name for rocket science?
#2. Which one would be the hottest to live on among the following planets?
#3. Which radiation is used by mobile phones to communicate with their base stations?
#4. Light travel faster in the air than water. Why?
#5. Who was the first human being to walk on the moon?
#6. Which among the following is a renewable source of energy?
#7. Which unit is used to measure electricity?
#8. A person who studies physics is known as what?
#9. Electric power is measured in which units?
#10. Why is light from faraway galaxies red-shifted?
#11. How long does light from the sun take to reach the Earth's surface?
#12. Stars emit what?
#13. What function does an earth wire do in a plug?
#14. Which other word would you use to describe luminosity?
#15. Which power stations produce carbon dioxide?
#16. Which is the fifth coldest planet in the solar system?
#17. What name do we call the movement of particles from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration?
#18. How do atomic bombs work?
#19. Who discovers the gravitational force?
#20. What does a circle with a cross inside represent in a circuit diagram?
#21. Which is the biggest star?
#22. Which is the most recognizable model of how the universe began?
#23. What do we call the middle of an atom?
#24. The Earth is located in which galaxy?
#25. Which is the natural satellite that orbits the Earth?
#26. What charges do neutrons have?
#27. Which planet has a famous big red spot?
#28. What produces electricity?
#29. What state of the art is used to train pilots?
#30. What award did Albert Einstein win for physics in 1921?
#31. What value is the charge on an electron?
#32. Physics Studies motion through what?
#33. The moon is mostly said to be made of what?
#34. What name is given to the sun and everything that orbits around it?
#35. What do we use the metric system and imperial system for?
#36. What two planets neighbor the Earth in the solar system?
#37. Which is the farthest planet from the sun in the solar system?
#38. Why do metals conduct electricity?
#39. Which flight involves breaking the sound barrier?
#40. Jupiter and Saturn planets have clouds made up of what material?
#41. Barometer is used to measure what?
#42. What does a neutral wire do in an electrical circuit?
#43. Which is the smallest planet in the solar system?
#44. What bonding is produced when the metal bond with other metals?
#45. Pascal unit is used to measure what?
#46. Why do we use plastic in plugs?
#47. What name is given to the flow of electrons in a circuit?
#48. Which planet is the only one not named after a Roman god?
#49. Which theory describes that the Earth started as a small mass which blew up and grew to create the universe?
#50. What type of wave do lasers use?
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