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What is largest universe solar system or galaxy?
The order of size from the smallest to the largest is asteroids andmoon, planet, star, solar system, galaxy, universe.
\nuniverse is the largest, containing galaxies, which contain solar systems, one of which contains earth.
A solar system is a star with planets going around. Like our sun (which is a star) and all of its planets. A solar system is the smallest of your three.. A galaxy is a group …(millions) of stars, each of which may or may not have planets.. The universe is everything, which includes hundreds of thousands of galaxies and other stuff too. Since it is everything it is the largest.
Universe >> Milky Way galaxy >> Solar System > Sun >> Earth
Moon, Solar System, Galaxy, Universe
Our solar system is an insignificant speck compared to our entire galaxy. Our galaxy is an insignificant speck compared to our entire universe.
Universe-milkyway-galaxy(*)-solar system It could also be Universe-galaxy(*)-milkyway-solar system (*) It depends on the size of the galaxy. The milkyway is large gallaxy …(estimated around 200 billion stars) but there are larger galaxies in the universe. In our local group of galaxies, however, the milkyway is pretty large and most are smaller.
Smallest to largest: solar system; galaxy; universe.
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Andromeda is a fairly large galaxy around 2 million light years away, it's not in our solar system or even in our galaxy. It's a huge separate group of billions of stars, each… of which may have solar systems and planets of their own.
What is the order from smallest to largest of the universe galaxy galaxy cluster sun and solar system?
Sun . Solar System . Galaxy . Galaxy cluster . Universe
Universe: It contains everything .
`Solar system` is the smallest. then `Galaxy`, then `Universe` is the largest.
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.
Due to the interactions of two effects, gravity and angular momentum, lighter bodies orbit around heavier ones. In the case of a solar system, planets (and other stuff) orbit …around a star; in the case of galaxies, it's the stars that orbit around a central core, or nucleus. The Earth orbits the Sun in a year; the Sun orbit the galactic core in about 260 million years. Galaxies do not appear to orbit anything else, because the Universe doesn't seem to have enough "stuff" to provide that "heavier body." Although there is something called the Great Attractor which seems to affect the trajectories of the galaxies, on the whole, they're just spreading out as the UNiverse expands.
They are in all three. Planets are in solar systems. There are lots of solar systems in a galaxy. There are lots of galaxies in the universe. So any planet is in a solar syste…m, a galaxy and the universe.