With a diameter of 864,938 miles (1,391,980 kilometers), the sun is nearly ten times larger than Jupiter, the biggest planet. Jupiter’s diameter measures about 88,736 miles (142,800 kilometers). Interestingly, the sun is so large that nearly 1,300,000 Earths could fit inside of it, as opposed to Jupiter, which could only fit 1,000 Earths if it were hollow.
Here are some images that compare the size of the Sun to other planets and stars in the solar system.
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