They all are bigger than an asteroid.
The dwarf planet, Pluto, is bigger than an asteroid, smaller than Mercury, and farther from the sun than Neptune. It used to be the smallest and furthest planet in our solar system.
Never. They can never grow to that size.
A meteorite is usually smaller than an asteroid.
Even the smallest planet is larger than the largest asteroid.
No, the Earth is not bigger than the Sun. The Sun is 109x bigger than the Earth.
The Sun is much bigger than the Earth.
Yes, planets would be much bigger.
No it isn't M567
why is the sun bigger than earth
No. Ceres, the largest asteroid, is still far smaller than Mercury, the smallest planet.
The sun is bigger than the Earth. The sun is approximately 109 times bigger than Earth.
The moon is much larger than any asteroid. It has about 25 times more mass than all of the asteroids in the asteroid belt combined.
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
Most of the asteroids revolve around the sun in orbits that are bigger than the orbit of Mars and smaller than the orbit of Jupiter.
Arcturus is bigger than the sun.
Yes. Earth is much larger tha even the largest asteroid.
No. The universe is everything that exists.
No. Asteroids are much smaller than Earth.
The planets nearer the sun than the asteroid belt are; Mars Earth Venus Mercury
The Sun is bigger than the Earth.
No, a dwarf planet is smaller than a planet but bigger than an asteroid, and dwarf planets tend to be a long way out, like Pluto and Eris.
Their are some other stars bigger than the sun
No, not even close. It it were bigger than Earth, then it would be a planet, not an asteroid. Apophis is a little over 1,000 feet across or about as wide as a skyscraper is tall.