Smallest to largest: solar system; galaxy; universe.
The Galaxy Wilman 1 is estimated to have only about 500,000 stars making it the smallest galaxy in the universe,or at least eh smallest we can observe from earth.
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`Solar system` is the smallest. then `Galaxy`, then `Universe` is the largest.
Of the three items listed, a galaxy, a star or a planet, a planet is the smallest.
Smallest and nearest are two different criteria. See related questions.
No. The Milky Way is a relatively large galaxy.
The solar system is the smallest
A star - especially as a galaxy is formed of billions of stars.
Filament > galaxy > star > planet
Mars is not a galaxy! It is a planet in our solar system.
No. In fact, it is one of the largest we know of.
SunSolar SystemGalaxyGalaxy clusterUniverse
Universe -> galaxy -> star -> planet
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Largest to smallest: Universe, galaxy, solar system, sun, Earth and moon.
Moon, Solar System, Galaxy, Universe
In order from smallest to largest: Solar System, Galaxy, and Space.
In order from largest to smallest.... Universe - Galaxy - Solar System.
The order of size from the smallest to the largest is asteroids and moon, planet, star, solar system, galaxy, universe.
It doesn't really work that way. The types aren't exactly related to size, but rather to shapes. Dwarf galaxies of course are the smallest; but other than that, a spiral galaxy can come in different sizes; so can an irregular galaxy or an elliptical galaxy.
Higgs Boson -> Galaxy Filaments.