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Is a star bigger than a universe?
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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HECK YEA! the sun is a star and its not even the biggest star and in it alone you can fit 1 million earths inside it. yeah and there is a star that is a million time bigger th…an the sun, and so on
Not even close. Actually, the size basically goes like this: Planet (i.e., Earth) Solar System (has multiple planets) Galaxy (i.e., Milky Way, has billions of solar s…ystems) Universe (contains billions of galaxies) It's been theorized that there may be a multi-verse, which contains multiple universes, and maybe even multiples of those, but nobody really knows yet. Universe is bigger.
There are billions and billions of other galaxies in the universe.
No, the universe is everything in existence, meaning that nothing but the universe can exist, making it the biggest thing in the universe.
Yes the universe is bigger than a galexy. Obviouisly, because there are many galexies in our universe, there may be more that one universe contained in what I choose to …call 'Infinity'.
No, there are many galaxies in the universe.
Bigger than the universe is the Omniverse which the Omniverse is the conceptual ensemble of all possible universes, with all possible laws of physics as well as a number of su…pposedly co-existing universes
No its not
The word "universe" means "all space, all time, and everything in them". It's the concept that includes everything, and bigger than which nothing is.
No universe is not bigger than infinity.Because infinity means point,distance at zero.
They are bigger than some stars. Depends what planet and star you are comparing like earth to our star the sun...well obviously the sun is bigger but earth to a lets say a neu…tron star(im not sure) but I think earth would be bigger
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 …function. The form has not yet been determined and if it will be it is at the smallest level of matter (known as the Plank Constant which is around 10 to the -35 mm) an almost inconceivably small size. Probably at this level if understood it we see what has been implied as "Space-time Foam." This "foam" contains what has been called the "Higgs Field." This "Higgs Field" is managed by the Higgs Boson which has been called the "God Particle." It is what gives mass its configuration. One big reason to build the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) in France/Switzerland is to finally spot and study the properties of this Higgs Boson. This Field determines what mass a object has. It also determines that the faster that object goes through this field the more mass it acquires, as well as the time it experiences is slowed. Not to mention that its length is shortened more and more the faster it goes. All of these transferences reach infinity at the speed of light. Consequently only photons, which are massless, can reach the speed of light without consequence. This was the important transference that Einstein describes in his Theory of Special Relativity in 1905. Therefore space itself can expand into this "nothingness," even faster then the speed of light for the Field's expansion is not restricted by the confines of the Higgs Field.
There are many stars bigger than Betelgeuse, to many to mention here, but the biggest currently known is VY Canis Majoris [See related question}
"Universe" means "all the space and time that ever was, is, and will be". So nothing is bigger than the universe. (However, a grain of sand is bigger than nothing . . . …. )