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Size comparison: Sun vs R136a1
Size comparison between the two stars, the Sun and R136a1. The star R136a1 is extremely young, it is located in the stellar cluster R136, ...
Size comparison: Arcturus vs Sun
Size comparison between the two stars, Arcturus and the Sun. Arcturus lies in the Spring Triangle asterism. This star is visible in the sky ...
Size comparison: Alpha Centauri A vs Sun
Size comparison between the two stars, Alpha Centauri A and the Sun. Alpha Centauri A is the main star of the three stars that form the Alpha ...
Size comparison: Pistol Star vs Sun
Size comparison between the two stars, the Pistol Star and the Sun. This star is one of the most massive known. It is found in the constellation ...
Size comparison: Moon vs Titan
Size comparison between the satellite of the Earth, namely the Moon and Titan, the natural satellite of Saturn. We notice that the Moon is ...
Size comparison: Earth vs Ganymede
Comparison of the size between Earth and Ganymede, Jupiter's moon, seventh natural satellite of this planet. Ganymede is the largest natural ...
Size comparison: Moon vs Mercury
Comparison of the size between our satellite, the Moon and the planet closest to the Sun: Mercury. Mercury is twice as large as the Moon. ...
Size comparison: Betelgeuse vs Stephenson 2-18
Size comparison between two super giants, Betelgeuse and Stephenson 2-18. Stephenson 2-18 is also a super red giant. This star is located ...
Size comparison: Omega Centauri vs Milky Way
Size comparison between Omega Centauri and the Milky Way. Omega Centauri is a globular cluster. This one is too small (even microscopic) ...
Size comparison: Earth vs Uranus
Size comparison between the two blue planets, with Earth on one side and Uranus on the other. Uranus is 4 times larger than Earth. It takes ...