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The Sun is big. It's 700,000 km in radius, while the Earth's is about 6400 km. Volume goes as the cube of the radius, so if you take the ratio and cube it - (700000 / 6400)^3 - you get about 1.3 million. That's how many Earths could fit inside our star.
Heck, the Sun routinely makes sunspots bigger than our whole planet!
Several new reports are coming out today presenting solid evidence that planets are freaking everywhere: one shows that there may be 100 billion planets in our galaxy alone, with 17 billion of them the size of Earth!
I give details in the link below, but check other sources of news like and others for more.
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