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How many earths could fit inside a ball the size of the sun?


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Short Answer: 1.3 million

Detailed Answer:

A sphere the volume of the Sun would be approximately equal to 1,300,000 times the volume of the Earth. However, this would imply that all the Earths had been been crushed to eliminate the space between them.

Sun - Volume: 1.412 x 1018 km3

Earth - Volume: 1.0832 x 1012 km3