Size of The Sun Compared to Planets | Solar System for Kids | Educational Video for Children


Hey Toy-Timers! Hey TommyDog! Let’s Go! The Sun – A gigantic ball of glowing gases at the centre of our Solar System. The Sun holds 99.8 percent of the solar system’s mass. But do you know the total number of each planet that the sun could hold? Well let’s find out. Let’s start near the edge of our Solar System at Neptune! Let’s take Neptune to The Sun! Fill The Sun with Neptunes! The Sun could hold around 23,000 of Planet Neptune! Let’s go get Planet Uranus. The Sun could hold around 21,000 of Planet Uranus! Let’s teleport Saturn to the Sun. The Sun could hold around 1,700 of Planet Saturn! Let’s move Jupiter, the largest planet in our Solar System to the Sun. Fill The Sun with Jupiters. The Sun could hold around 1000 of Planet Jupiter! What about the Red Planet – Mars? The Sun could hold around 8,700,000 of Planet Mars! Fill The Sun with Planet Earths. The Sun could hold around 1,300,000 of Planet Earth! The Sun could hold around 1,500,000 of Planet Venus! The Sun could hold around 23,200,000 of Planet Mercury! That’s a lot. See our new videos, make sure you press that subscribe button. Become a -Timer.

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