Is the planet Uranus bigger than the sun?
No because the sun is a star
No. Jupiter is the largest planet, with an equatorial diameter of about 142000km. The sun has an equatorial diameter about ten times that size. Uranus is the third largest planet, with an equatorial diameter of a measly 52000km, slightly over a third of Jupiter's.
The planet Uranus is tremendously colder than the planet Earth, since it is much farther away from the sun. The planets Mercury and Venus which are closer to the sun than the Earth are also much warmer, and the planets Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all farther from the sun and colder than the Earth.
No. The Sun is much bigger than any planet. If any planet were as big as our Sun (or bigger), it would have enough mass in it to start its own fusion reaction and become a star. There are no known planets larger than our Sun. But there are planets larger than Jupiter that orbit other stars, and a number of stars vastly larger than our Sun, some nearly as large as our entire solar…