How many Jupiters could fit inside the sun?

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More than 900 Jupiters can fit in the sun. This is based on the ratio of the volume of Jupiter to the volume of the sun. Jupiter has up to 15 times the mass of the Earth.
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The number of Jupiter's you can fit in the sun would be 926. The sun has a radius of approximately 697,000 km, while Jupiter's radius is 69,911. In comparison, you could fit 1.3 million Earths in the sun.
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