There is an astronomical number of planets in the universe. We are only now beginning to be able to "see" planets around other stars because of the vast distances that exist between us and them. How many there actually are is anyone's guess.
What we know about galaxies is that the ones we observe contain 200-400 billion stars each. Our solar system contains 8 planets. If we assume each star has 1 planet, and not more, and we average a galaxy to 300 billion stars we can deduce:
The Hubble Deep Field image contains 10,000 galaxies. At 2.5 arcminutes, that's roughly 1/2,000,000 of the visible universe in any direction. So if we multiply 3,000,000,000 x 10,000 x 2,000,000 we get 6 sextillion or 6,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 planets in the visible universe. It is likely much more than that.
Billions certainly, probably billions OF billions. In the last two years since the launch of the Kepler Space Telescope, our "known planet count" has gone from eight to "thousands", and more are discovered every month. It begins to appear that planets are as common as, well, "dirt".
We only _know_ of one universe, THIS one - although there seem to be theoretical reasons why there might be other universes, it seems unlikely that we will ever be able to directly detect them.
700 quintillion planets There are over 700 quintillion planets in the universe — but there's no place like home.
We can never know how many planets there are in the entire universe.
There are about 480 which have been discovered so far in the universe a handful of them are dwarf planets. Hope this helps!!!!
Yes. There are countless planets in the universe.
Planets of the Universe was created in 2001.
There are many objects in the universe. These include, but are not limited to: stars, planets, dwarf planets, black holes, quasars, and cosmic radiation.
8 in the Solar System Unknown billions in the universe. There are 8 planets in our solar system and 5 objects identified as dwarf planets. There are at least 81 planets confirmed to be around nearby stars, and another 256 possible plants that are not yet confimred. There is no way of knowing how many planets there are in the universe.
Yes. There are countless planets and moons in the universe.
Currently there are 353 known extrasolar planets (that is to say, outside of our solar system), but it is unknown how many planets exist in the universe.
There are billions of other planets hanging around in the universe. We're not the only 8 planets in the universe.
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The sun,jupiter,uranis,saturn,neptune and many other planets and stars in the universe. The sun,jupiter,uranis,saturn,neptune and many other planets and stars in the universe.
The actual number of planets similar to the earth will likely never be known. The universe is simply too vast. However, it is likely that there are millions of similar planets.
There are currently 5 dwarf planets in our Solar System with many more candidates. In the whole universe..... trillions.
Universe,because the universe includes the world(or Earth)and many other galaxies,planets,stars and much much more.
Universe - 1999 The Planets was released on: USA: 1999
Actually, they are the 8 major planets in the solar system. They are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Please note that there are many more minor planets in our solar system, and possibly billions of other planets in the universe. ^-^
There are at least 10 billion trillion Earth-like planets (with 100 billion per galaxy) in a fictionalized version of our universe.
Those are both poorly worded versions of the same question. The question should read:"Does the universe have nine planets?"And the answer is:"No. The Universe has trillions and trillions of planets, but our solar system has eight planets."
There are over 90 billion trillion planets (9 per star system) and 1.7 trillion trillion moons (170 per star system) in the observable universe.
Nobody really knows the answer to that question. The universe is a vast place.
current planet count is:528 earthlike planets:0
More planets. A typical galaxy probably has billions of planets.