Nope. So far, the brightest things in space are quasars, which are part of developing galaxies with supermassive black holes in the center. The sun is merely the brightest thing we can see from Earth with the naked eye, but it’s nowhere near the brightest object in the universe.
In our solar system, yes. In the big picture, no. Our star is rather average when it comes to brightest and falls in the middle category of star size. There are much bigger, brighter stars in the universe. We don’t see them though because of their great distance from us.
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