What Is the Biggest Planet in Space?

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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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The biggest planet in our SOLAR system, is Jupiter. We have never explored outside of our own galaxy, so we do not know the size of other planets in space. I'm sure there are others
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Dubbed TrES-4, the planet is about 1.7 times the size of Jupiter is the largest
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Jupiter is by far the biggest planet in the Solar System. Jupiter is over 2 times larger than all the other planets in the Solar System put together. You could line up the earth 11
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in the whole universe there really isn't an answer. we as humans cant exactly go to every planet in the universe, measure them all and compare them because most galaxies are simply
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