The largest exoplanet so far discovered is.
* Sept 2004. HAT-P-1, is located some 450 light years from Earth in the constellation Lacerta. It is nearly 1.4 times larger than Jupiter. * Aug 2007. TrES-4, a gas giant about 1,400 light years away in the constellation Hercules. It is 70% larger than Jupiter. * Aug 2009. Wasp -17 is located 1,000 light years from Earth and is twice the size of Jupiter.
Nobody knows what is the largest planet in the universe, but Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System.
The largest planet in the universe is actually an extra-solar planet by the name of TrES-4 which is in the constellation of Hurcules.
Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system.
Universe -> galaxy -> star -> planet
The largest planet in the universe has not been identified, nor is it likely that a planet will ever be verified as the largest in the universe due to the immense volume of the universe. The largest known planets, however, are all gas giants, so it is reasonable to assume the largest planet in the universe would be largely comprised of Hydrogen and Helium gas, with heavier elements such as Iron and Nickel accounting for less than 15% of the planet's composition.
From largest to smallest: Universe; galaxy; solar system; planet.
Planet Solar System Galaxy Universe
Earth is not the largest planet in the universe. I believe Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system. If Jupiter is not the largest, Saturn is.
planet, star, solar system, galaxy, universe.
Jupiter is the largest planet in Our solar system followed by Saturn but it may not be the biggest one in the universe as everyday new ones get discovered
Universe, galaxy,nebula,solar system, star, planet
We won't know the answer to that question until 1). We know that we've discovered every planet in the universe, and 2). We know the size of every planet that we've discovered.
UniverseGalaxyStar (Although a star can be smaller than a planet)Planet (Although a planet can be smaller than a moon)Moon
universe is vast subject . so up to now we don't no the entire universe. but up to the known information Jupiter is the largest planet but it does not occupies the largest space while revolving around the sun
In our solar system Jupiter is the largest planet. In the Milky Way there are bigger planets than Jupiter. Yet, we do not have the technology to completely find out this answer.
Asteroid, moon, planets, solar system, universe
Jupiter is the largest planet and Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system.In the entire universe? Nobody knows -- there are literally trillions of planets.The second largest planet is Saturn. Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun about 885,904,700 miles.The 2nd planet orbiting the sun is Venus. Venus is 67,240,000 miles from the sun.
The order of size from the smallest to the largest is asteroids and moon, planet, star, solar system, galaxy, universe.
This is a very hard question to answer, as the over 99.999 of our universe is undiscovered. Right now, we think that HAT-P-1, a planet orbiting a distant star is the largest. It's roughly 1.4 times the size of our Solar System's largest planet Jupiter.
Universe, Cluster, Galaxy, Star, Planet NB: Some stars are smaller than planets.
We don't have enough information about the universe to be able to know that. We do know, however, that the largest planet in our Solar system is Jupiter.
The biggest planet in the universe is the planet Antares.
the planet CT CHA B is the second largest. it orbits the star CT CHA and wheighs about 5000 earth masses. but it is actually a brown dwarf.
A universe is bigger than a planet.
universe is largest. universe is made up of billions of galaxies.