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Is a Universe bigger than the Solar System?

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The Solar System is our Sun, the planets, their moons and a whole host of other interstellar stuff. Our Solar System is part of the Milky Way Galaxy, a collection of billions of Stars. Our Milky way is a galaxy part of a collection of many galaxies called the Local Group. Our Local Group is part of the the super cluster called the Virgo Super Cluster which is part of the Universe.

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Is solar system bigger than a Star?

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Which is bigger the solar system or the universe?

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Is your solar system bigger than the sun?

Yes. The sun is part of the solar system, so the solar system is  obviously bigger than it.

Is a solar system bigger than a universe?

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What is bigger the universe or the solar system?

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Is the biggest star in the universe bigger than your solar system?

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Is a star bigger than our solar system?

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