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This is planet and star size comparison, this comparison is ranged from 2,340 kilometres to 3,000,000,000 kilometres, Pluto is the smallest object in the comparison, and Stephenson 2-18 is the largest object in the comparison

Planet and Star Size Comparison

Celestial Object Diameter Description
Pluto 2,340 km The largest dwarf planet in the solar system
Moon 3,474 km Earth's only natural satellites
Mercury 4,880 km Closest planet from the sun, daytime temperature was 427 °C, but night temperature was -173 °C
Mars 6,779 km Earth's neighborhood, the minimum distance of Mars was 54 million kilometres, average temperature was -63 °C
Sirius B 12,000 km An white dwarf star, the companion star of Sirius A
Venus 12,104 km Closest planet from Earth, hottest planet in the solar system, average temperature was 462 °C
Earth 12,742 km Our home planet, Earth was formed at 4.54 billion years ago, have an natural satellites, known as the Moon
Kepler-22b 22,000 km An ocean planet that orbiting an yellow dwarf star, located at 640 light years away from earth
Neptune 49,528 km an ice giant planet, farthest planet from the sun, mass was 17 times of Earth
Uranus 51,118 km Coldest planet in the solar system, temperature was -224 °C, mass was 14.5 times of Earth
Saturn 120,536 km Least dense planet in the solar system, contains an extensive ring system, mass was 95 times of Earth
Jupiter 142,984 km Largest planet in the solar system, contains four Galilean satellites, mass was 318 times of Earth
Wolf 359 150,000 km An faint red dwarf star in the constellation Leo, located at 7.86 light years away from earth, apparent magnitude was +13.5
HD 189733 b 160,000 km Average temperature was 1,000 °C, experiencing glass rains, known as the most dangerous exoplanets
Proxima Centauri 200,000 km An red dwarf star, the nearest star from the solar system, located at only 4.246 light years away from earth
Barnard's Star 270,000 km An red dwarf star, also known as Barnard's Runaway Star, located at 5.96 light years away from earth
WASP-17b 290,000 km One of least dense exoplanet, It's density was only 12% of Jupiter, located at 1,310 light years away from earth
Gliese 1214 300,000 km An red dwarf star, contains an ocean planet that orbiting it, located at 47.8 light years away from earth
Kapteyn's Star 410,000 km An red dwarf star, contains an extrasolar planet that orbiting it, located at 12.83 light years away from earth
Lalande 21185 550,000 km An red dwarf star, contains three extrasolar planets that orbiting it, located at 8.304 light years away from earth
Lacaille 9352 660,000 km An red dwarf star, contains three super-earths that orbiting it, located at 10.74 light years away from earth
Lacaille 8760 710,000 km An red dwarf star, apparent magnitude was +6.67, located at 12.95 light years away from earth
Gliese 229 A 960,000 km An red dwarf star, contains two super-earths that orbiting it, located at 18.79 light years away from earth
Tau Ceti 1,100,000 km An yellow dwarf star, contains 8 planets that orbiting it, located at 11.91 light years away from earth
Alpha Centauri B 1,200,000 km An orange dwarf star, the companion star of Alpha Centauri A
Sun 1,392,000 km An yellow dwarf star in the solar system, the sun contains 99.86% of total mass in the solar system
Alpha Centauri A 1,700,000 km An yellow dwarf star, the primary star of the Alpha Centauri star system, located at 4.344 light years away from earth