ARE* the stars bigger than mars?
To answer your question: Yes, much bigger.
Since the Sun in our solar system is in itself a star and is much bigger than Mars, you can assume that all stars are bigger Mars.
P.S. The Sun is considered a relatively small star compared to others in our Galaxy.
Neptune is bigger than Mars and also the Earth
Uranus is much bigger than Mars.
Earth is much bigger than Mars
Earth is 300 ft. bigger than Mars
yes venus is bigger than mars Thank you
Yes, Mars is bigger than Mercury.
Mars is not bigger than Uranus. It is actually quite small
No there are no moons in the solar system bigger than Mars. Ganymede and Titan are the only moons in the solar system that are bigger than Mercury but not Mars.
The stars that are bigger than the sun and earth are the stars that are bigger than the sun and those stars are Sirius,Pollux and Arcturus
Mars is bigger than Mercury. Mars is almost the same size as the Earth. Mercury is slightly bigger than our Moon.
The sun is really not bigger than all the stars though it is bigger than alot of stars
Mars' diameter is 2.928 times bigger than Pluto's. Mars volume is 25.54 times bigger than Pluto's. Mars' mass is 49.18 times that of Pluto.
No. Mars is bigger than Pluto.
Stars are much bigger than the Moon, is the answer to 'Are stars bigger THAN the moon?' But your question doesn't make sense.
I think Mars is bigger than Earths moon.
diameter os earth is how much bigger than mars
Mars is smaller than the earth
It is scientifically proven that Earth is about 6.6 times bigger than Mars.
earth is bigger than mars
Mars is smaller than earth
Smaller. Much smaller.
some stars are smaller than sun remaining stars are bigger than sun.
mars is smaller than earth
Mars. Not Mars. Jupiter is a lot bigger than Earth, but the Sun is much bigger than a planet.