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Is a star bigger than a universe?

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no, the universe is bigger than a star. Obviously, the sun (a star) is in our solar system, which there are many stars in our galaxy, and many galaxies in our universe, there may be more that one universe contained in what I choose to call 'Infinity'.
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Is the galaxy bigger than the universe?

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Is space bigger than the universe?

The universe is made up of space. Space as we know it is expanding into something... What that something is has not been defined. Space as we know it apparently has form and

Whats bigger than the universe?

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

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Are there stars in the universe that are bigger than your entire galaxy?

None that we know of. The Milky Way is a bit larger than the average galaxy, with somewhere between 500 billion to a trillion stars (it's difficult to know, because there are

Are there stars in the universe that are bigger than the entire Milky Way?

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