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Some have been detected round other stars than the Sun. It is conjectured that million or even billions of stars must have their own solar systems, because without a solar sys…tem the average star would have so much angular momentum it would fly apart. Most of the solar system's angular momentum resides in the planets, thus keeping the Sun quiet and stable.
the universe is bigger than a solar system. Obviouisly, because there are many solar systems in our galexy, and many galexies in our universe, there may be more that one… universe contained in what I choose to call 'Infinity'.
No they are different, the universe refers the whole of space, plants ,stars, solar system galaxy..., where as the solar system is the name we give a single star with planets …revolving around it.
Because it is impossible to determine the extent of the universe because we are only aware of the parts we can see. For this reason, our solar system sits in the very middle o…f the Earth-visible universe. With regards to the rest of the universe, we are almost certainly nowhere near the center.
No, space is the amount of room "out there", and the solar system is what fills "space".
they are both space
there is 1 solar system in spaec ;)
We strongly suspect that every other solar system will be different, probably RADICALLY different, from our own. Every star is a little different; the mass that coalesced to f…orm the solar system is different, and the unimaginably random factors that caused each solar system to form as it did - those are also different.
No, our Solar System is just one of billions of stellar systems in the Milky Way.
The Answer To This Question Is Probably A Million Bajillion Miles Away, Floating In Space, Undiscovered.
As we only know of our own in any definite terms we cannot say which is the largest. Nor are we ever likely to be able to do so.
The universe is all existing matter, energy, space, and time, seen as a well ordered whole known as the cosmos. Believed to be at least 10 billion light years in diameter, con…taining a vast number of galaxies. Said to have been expanding since its creation in the Big Bang around 13 billion years ago.
Univers is everything in existance, solar system is in univers
Your question is hard to answer because of the nature of the two structures. The solar system is defined as sol, our sun, and all of the things that orbit it. Gravity, obv…iously, keeps all of these things together. The universe, however, is a broad term that describes everything that 'is'. It isn't just the objects within the universe, such as galaxies and nebulae, but time and space itself, among many other things. As a short and remotely meaningful answer to your question, based on what I said, the answer is 'no', at our current understanding of physics.
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