Somewhere between 200 and 400 billion, depending upon how you define "sun." If you define it as a star, then see above. If you omit neutron stars and various dwarf stars or proto suns (stars which have not yet begun nuclear fusion), there would be less.
If you define as sun as any star with one or more planets in orbit, we only know of 623+ so far, though again the number would likely be in the billions.
The Milky Way is our galaxy, there are many, many millions of suns that make up the Milky Way
There are billions of suns in the Milky Way, it's a galaxy. Our milky way is forming about 2 suns per year.
The sun is one of the many stars in the milky way - our galaxy. Sol, our Suns name is about 25 light years from the center of the Milky Way.
the milky way is a galaxy, there are billions of stars in the milky way galaxy
The Milky Way Galaxy as it contains billions of stars (Suns) and even more planets.
The Sun is part of the Milky Way galaxy, and orbits the center of the galaxy in about 220 million years.
Our sun is like a spec compared to other suns in our galaxy.
Our galaxy (the Milky Way) is estimated to have between 100 and 400 billion stars. A star is a sun.
No. There are many galxies, but only one of them is the Milky Way Galaxy.
Our galaxy is called the "Milky Way".Our galaxy is called the "Milky Way".Our galaxy is called the "Milky Way".Our galaxy is called the "Milky Way".
The Milky Way is a galaxy, is is our galaxy
The Milky Way galaxy is.... called the Milky Way Galaxy