Which is the largest Sun Earth or Milky Way?
The Milky Way Galaxy as it contains billions of stars (Suns) and even more planets.
Milky Way Sun Earth
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Milky Way Galaxy, Sun, Earth
Milky Way is a galaxy. The Sun and the Earth are in the Milky Way.
Galaxy and Milky Way (The milky Way IS a galaxy) Earth Mars.
The Milky Way is millions of times larger than the sun, and the sun is bigger than the earth hundredfold. Therefore, The Milky Way is by far the biggest.
earth's moon, earth, the sun, the solar system, the milky way galaxy
Sun, Solar System, Milky Way, Universe
The answer is no But this is in general thinking, if you are talking about the sun being further away from the earth than the edge of the Milky Way then the answer is no. But because the Milky Way is the universe in a way it is all around us and therefore the Milky Way galaxy is closer to earth.
basically the milky way is a galaxy and our solar system(earth, sun, mars, etc.) is part of that galaxy.
The solar system (the planets, the earth and the sun) is a part of the milky way, and rotates with the other stars the milky way consists of. The milky way is therefore not going to collide with the earth.
The Sun is nothing but a microscopic object compared to the largest star in our Milky Way.
The Sun is in our Milky Way Galaxy and so is the Earth.
Earth and moon are small stones moving in orbits around the sun. Sun, along with the family of tiny pebbles that are bound to it and go wherever it goes, is one of somewhere between 200 to 400 billion stars in the Milky Way. Milky Way is one of several billion galaxies visible from earth. And there are more besides those, that are so far away that our largest present-day telescopes can't see them.
The sun and solar system are a part of the Milky Way. The earth is on average approx 93 million miles from the Sun.
It is The third planet from the sun and is 26,000 Light years from the center of the Milky Way.
This cannot happen as we "The Earth and the Solar System" are within the Milky Way Galaxy.
Yes. Earth is a planet going round the Sun. The Sun is one of some 200 billion stars which form the galaxy known as the Milky Way.
The sun, Jupiter and Milky Way.
The sun (Way bigger) Then the earth Then the moon The sun is the largest out of the moon, sun, and earth. moon earth sun
The Milky Way
The earth is one of the eight planets we have in our solar system and the Milky Way is the galaxy in which our orbit of the sun takes place.
The moon orbits the Earth, the Earth orbits the Sun, the Sun orbits the center of the Milky Way Galaxy.
It takes 225 MILLION Earth years for the sun to orbit the center of the Milky Way once.
Earth spinning around the sun, the sun in turn spinning around the milky ways spiral arm which contains it.
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Yes, the Earth is a planet orbiting a star which we call the Sun. The Sun is just one of billions of stars orbiting the center of our galaxy which we call the Milky Way. The Milky Way is just one of billions of galaxies that we know to exist in our visible universe.
This depends on where you are in the milky way. For example, earth is in the milky way. It is warm. But Mercury is very hot because it is closer to the sun. And also Neptune is colder or Pluto because they are further away from the sun. So they are all in the milky way. That means it matter where you are, for the milky way is very big.
93,000,000 miles from the sun. in the milky way galaxy
in the milky way, yes. in the entire galaxy known to (wo)man, of course not. our sun is merely a stupid dot compared to other stars.
No,it can't be.Because ,as you know,the Milky Way has two spiral arms extending from it,and the sun is found on one of these spiral arms.And as the earth is found in the solar system,so it's impossible that earth is in the centre of the Milky Way.
Both the earth and the sun are orbiting bodies. The earth orbits the sun, The sun and the solar system orbit the Milky Way Galaxy's center
Yes. The sun is one of the few hundred billion stars that comprise the Milky Way galaxy.
Starting from least to greatest magnitude in size: Earth Sun Solar System Milky Way Galaxy Universe
Earth is in the Milky Way already. I believe the closest star to us, besides our sun, is Alpha Centauri. It is approximately 4.3 light years from earth.
Both the earth and the moon average about 93 million miles from the sun. That's about 0.000000000158 of the estimated distance across the Milky Way.
It's orbiting the earth and the earth is orbiting the sun and the sun orbits the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy.
No. The order is almost correct, except that the solar system is smaller, not larger than the Milky Way. The sun is part of the solar system, which is part of the Milky Way, which is part of the universe.
Very many. The Earth rotates on its axis, the axis of rotation undergoes precession, the Earth orbits around the Sun, the Earth moves with the Sun in the latter's orbit around the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy, the Earth and the Sun move along with the Milky Way Galaxy towards the Andromeda Galaxy.
The Milky Way galaxy.
Our moon is the smallest.
The milky way galaxy
Milky way is the galaxy in which our Earth and the parent star Sun are located.
No one founded the Milky Way. It was around a long time before the Sun and the Earth were even formed.
Third planet from the Sun, in the Milky Way Galaxy.
MIlky Way galaxie, third planet from the sun
...only as a metaphor. The Earth is a planet that is in the Milky Way galaxy. The Earth is not a galaxy. No, the Earth is a planet which orbits the Sun (which is a star) along with several other plants, this is called the solar system. Our Sun and its planets along with millions of other stars form a galaxy called The Milky Way.
it is the milky way who actually give birth to our solar system and our earth so our earth exist because of milky way , it did not get into the milky way. earth is the member of milky way's family