What is the biggest planet in the universe?

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Jupiter is the largest planet in the universe having a radius of about 71,500 Km Galilean moons. Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun. It is mainly composed of Hydrogen with a quarter of its mass being helium.
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Jupiter is the largest, whilst Mercury is the smallest.
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A vacuum. So other than maybe some dust or the occasional asteroid; its literally nothing (a hard concept to really appreciate) If you mean what is the actual fabric of space-time
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Neptune Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune
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Saturn, its rings can be seen with a small telescope.
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