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One supergiant, Betelgeuse, becomes larger and smaller in diameter, sometimes reaching almost 600 times the diameter of the Sun. If the Sun grew to the size of Betelgeuse, it would swallow up Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars.
Originally posted by cmdrkeenkid
There's something wrong with the equation you used, WolfofWar. Normally, I'd correct you, but I'm feeling lazy and this could be a learning experience.
Originally posted by WolfofWar
Then again, I'm not the Forum's subject matter expert, so take it away.
All I really know is its big, and hot, and will destroy us all.
Originally posted by gamerman
I heard from some paper that wrote the sun would fit over 20 million earth`s inside it .
And I was like :O
Anyway , I am wondering how big the sun is ... aproxx 20 earth`s ?
Please answer this question
Thanks in advance
Originally posted by Simcity4Rushour
the stars name is LBV 1806-20 and is 150 times the mass of our sun and
shins up to a million times brighter.
so if you could fit 1million earths into our sun and this sun is 150 times more massive that would come out to trillions of earths .
this sun shouldent even excist acording to know physics.
and the whole area of space in this sector has manny funky stars .
"The high-resolution data prove that the object is not simply a cluster of lower mass stars, although it is possible that it is a collection of a few stars in a tight orbit around each other," Figer said. "More study will be needed to determine the distance and singularity of the object in order to establish whether the object is truly the most massive star known."