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Shruthi asked: Are stars bigger than Earth?
- pooja:- [ 7/1/2006 ] Yes, stars are bigger than earth. our sun is also a star. The difference between the sun and the other stars is that the sun is closer to earth and the stars are not. Some stars are bigger than the sun. SO, STARS ARE BIGGER THAN THE EARTH.
- vidya:- [ 7/28/2006 ] Most of the stars are bigger than the earth. But when we look from our planet these stars appear so tiny because they are very very far away from the earth.
- TANIA:- [ 8/14/2006 ] Yes, because some stars are bigger than the sun and the sun is bigger than the earth.
- Ananya:- [ 8/15/2006 ] Yes, some stars are bigger than earth.
- sahaana:- [ 8/26/2006 ] The stars are bigger than earth.
- shobhana.r:- [ 10/4/2006 ] Of course stars are bigger than the earth. As it is far away from us, we can see it only as a small dot in the sky. For your information some stars are bigger than the sun.
- vignesh:- [ 10/13/2006 ] Stars are not much bigger than the earth.
- Namrata.:- [ 10/16/2006 ] Yes stars are bigger than the earth and sun[which is also a star]
- parvathy:- [ 11/10/2006 ] Yes, as they are distant from the earth, they appear smaller in size.
- snehal dhawale:- [ 11/21/2006 ] Yes you are correct, stars are bigger than the earth!
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