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Re: Is Any Stars Bigger Than The Sun

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Posted by Bill B./">Bill B. on October 18, 1999 02:11:37 UTC

: Is any stars bigger than the sun if so what stars and how big it is from the sun.

There are many stars larger than our sun: Rigel, Betelgeuse, Antares, Arcturus to name a few. The sun is over 800,000 miles across but Betelgeuse is about 250,000,000 miles across.

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