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Re: Is Any Stars Bigger Than The Sun

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Posted by Big Johnson on October 4, 1999 08:09:25 UTC

It's still bigger than our sun. Sirius is a Class A V spectre. It is 23 times brighter than our sun or Mv=1.4 and is 1.8 times bigger than ours. Definetly goes to Mercurys orbit.

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