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Not much is known yet about solar systems (or stellar systems) outside our own. Planets have been found around a few thousand stars - out of the estimated 10 to the power 22 in the observable Universe.
You would also have to clarify what you mean by "biggest". Do you mean:
* Largest star (in diameter)?
* Largest star (in mass)?
* Largest number of planets above a certain mass or size limit (the limit would have to be specified)?
* Largest total mass of planets?
* Largest diameter of orbit, of the outermost planet?
* Or perhaps some other criterion.
Whichever criterion you choose - you won't get a very reliable answer yet, based on the limited amount of observational evidence.
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I would hope that you are in the same solar system that I am. That would be our sun.
There is only one star in our solar system and it is the sun, therefore it is the biggest
Jupiters moon Ganymede
Jupiter is the biggest planet...
What is the order from smallest to biggest of the universe earth galaxy moon solar system and the sun?
This would be the list in general, although there are probably moons somewhere in the universe that are larger than the earth. Earth's moon; the earth; the sun; the… solar system; the galaxy; the universe.
The biggest star - and the only one - in our Solar System is the Sun or Sol.
The planet mars has the biggest volcano. It is more than 2 times the size of Mt. Everest!
Olympus Mons on Mars (as far as we know, anyway).
Maybe. The biggest known star is way past the orbit of Jupiter (Source for everything-Science Channel: How The Universe Works; Extreme Stars) note: Biggest star is said to b…e a billion times bigger than our sun "Sun is nearly a million miles in diameter" 870,000miles (ibid) ...(Previous poster:Mass-wise, it's a whole different story!)
I would say that's our nice big sun.
Ganymede, a moon of Jupiter, is the largest natural satellite in our solar system. But you could argue that Jupiter is the largest as it is a satellite of our sun. You cou…ld also argue that our own sun is a satellite of the galactic centre.
The Sun's own magnetic field - the star is the largest and most active component of the system.
There is no such thing. The Universe is much bigger than the SolarSystem - and there is only one Universe, at least only one that weknow of.
Olympus Mons, on the planet Mars.
There is only one star in our solar system, which is the sun. So the sun is the biggest star in our solar system.
Mars has the largest volcano in the solar system, Olympus Mons.