Absolutely! There are stars bigger than the
Sun. The Sun is merely considered a dwarf
(yellow) in the main sequence of stars. There are
smaller stars such as red and brown dwarfs, but
larger stars are massive in scale to the Sun.
These are known as the giants, supergiants, and
If you consider the scale of the Earth to the
Sun (the Sun is about 100 times as wide as the
Earth), then that same scale applies for the Sun
to a supergiant—and a supergiant to a hypergiant!
Here is an interesting video that compares the
scale of the plants to our Sun and a few
super-large stars in our observable universe.
click here, please
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