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Big Sun
By sam211289 (Translasted by Beri) - Aug. 19, 2010   

The Sun alone accounts for 99.86% of the solar system’s known mass.


Jupiter represents 2/3 of the rest i.e. 0.093% of the solar system’s mass.

As for Earth, well, let's forget about it.


Wikipedia – Solar System

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lauvergnat - Sept. 6, 2012 - 12:59 - (link to the comment)

okami52198 signals that the biggest star we know, as of today, is Vy Majoris Canis. The comparison is impressive too: the Sun represents 0,07% of this star mass. It means it can fit 11,192,836,000,000 Earths in it.
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