# How Many People Can Fit In The Sun

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## How Many People Can Fit In The Sun?

063 cubic metres (to 3 decimal places). Therefore the amount of people that can fit in the sun’s volume is (1.4 * 10^27)/0.063 which comes out as 2.2 * 10^28 or 22 billion billion billion people.

## How many people can you fit inside the Earth?

The volume of the earth is about 1 000 000 000 000 cubic kilometres which is 1 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 cubic metres. We might fit two people in each cubic metre so the answer might be 2 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 people.

## How many Earths can fit side by side in the sun?

So how many Earths can fit in the Sun? The answer is that it would take 1.3 million Earths to fill up the Sun. That’s a lot of Earths. The Sun makes up 99.86% of the mass of the Solar System.

## How many Mars can you fit in the sun?

Mars has only 11% of our Earth’s mass or 0.11 Earth masses. It would take around 7 million Mars-sized planets to fill the Sun.

## What is the maximum number of humans Earth can support?

These data alone suggest the Earth can support at most one-fifth of the present population 1.5 billion people at an American standard of living.

## How much do I weigh on Pluto?

The surface gravity on Pluto is about 1/12th the surface gravity on Earth. For example if you weigh 100 pounds on Earth you would weigh 8 pounds on Pluto.

1 737.4 km

## Can you fit 1 million Earths in the sun?

It holds 99.8% of the solar system’s mass and is roughly 109 times the diameter of the Earth — about one million Earths could fit inside the sun.

## How many Venus can fit in the Sun?

1.5 million
In other words the Sun is 115 times larger than Venus. You could fit about 1.5 million planets the size of Venus inside the Sun.Aug 6 2009

## How many Earths can fit in the Saturn?

700 Earths

Saturn is much larger than Earth. More than 700 Earths could fit inside Saturn. Saturn’s rings are thousands of miles wide.

## How many years is Pluto’s orbit?

Pluto/Orbital period
Orbit and Rotation Pluto’s 248-year-long oval-shaped orbit can take it as far as 49.3 astronomical units (AU) from the Sun and as close as 30 AU. (One AU is the mean distance between Earth and the Sun: about 93 million miles or 150 million kilometers.)Aug 6 2021

## Are we overpopulated?

Based on this the UN Population Division expects the world population which is at 7.8 billion as of 2020 to level out around 2100 at 10.9 billion (the median line) assuming a continuing decrease in the global average fertility rate from 2.5 births per woman during the 2015–2020 period to 1.9 in 2095–2100 according …

## How much longer can we live on Earth?

This is expected to occur between 1.5 and 4.5 billion years from now. A high obliquity would probably result in dramatic changes in the climate and may destroy the planet’s habitability.

## What will the population be in 2021?

By 2030 the population will exceed 8 billion.

World Population Clock.
World Population (as of 11/23/2021) 7 906 931 078
Last UN Estimate (July 1 2021) 7 874 965 825
Births per Day 382 865
Deaths per Day 163 925

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## How much would I way on Mars?

The surface gravity on Mars is only about 38% of the surface gravity on Earth so if you weigh 100 pounds on Earth you would weigh only 38 pounds on Mars.

## How much do I weigh on Mars?

6.39 × 10^23 kg (0.107 M⊕)

## How old is the Earth?

4.543 billion years

5.972 × 10^24 kg

## How cold is the Moon?

The average temperature on the Moon (at the equator and mid latitudes) varies from -298 degrees Fahrenheit (-183 degrees Celsius) at night to 224 degrees Fahrenheit (106 degrees Celsius) during the day.

## How big is the biggest star?

On a stellar scale it’s really quite average — about half of the known stars are larger half are smaller. The largest known star in the universe is UY Scuti a hypergiant with a radius around 1 700 times larger than the sun.

## Will the Earth survive the red giant?

It will begin to expand and cool significantly becoming a ‘red giant’. Its outer layers will be thrown off into space. … Earth may just outrun the swelling red giant but its proximity and the resulting rise in temperature will probably destroy all life on Earth and possibly the planet itself.

## How many times would Jupiter fit in the sun?

According to multiple studies around 1 000 Jupiters could fit into the Sun.

## How many Earths can fit in the moon?

30

Size and Distance

The Moon is an average of 238 855 miles (384 400 kilometers) away. That means 30 Earth-sized planets could fit in between Earth and the Moon.

## Is the Sun bigger than Neptune?

Neptune: The Sun is 27.7 times larger than Neptune. 21 000 Neptune-sized planets could fit inside the Sun.

## Is the Sun bigger than a star?

Although the Sun appears larger to us than any other star there are many stars which are much larger. The Sun appears so large compared to the other stars because it is so much closer to us than any other star. The Sun is just an average sized star.

## Does it rain diamonds on Saturn?

New research by scientists apparently shows that it rains diamonds on Jupiter and Saturn. … According to the research lightning storms on the planets turn methane into soot which hardens into chunks of graphite and then diamonds as it falls.

## What planet is the coldest?

Uranus
Uranus holds the record for the coldest temperature ever measured in the Solar System: a very chilly -224℃.Nov 8 2021

## Is Uranus the 3rd largest planet?

Uranus the third largest planet in our solar system may be the strangest because it spins on its side. That severe tilt to its rotational axis may result from a great collision long ago. As the seventh planet from the Sun Uranus takes 84 years to complete an orbit. It is a “gas giant” with no solid surface.

687 days

## Does Pluto have a moon?

Pluto/Moons
The known moons of Pluto are: Charon: Discovered in 1978 this small moon is almost half the size of Pluto. It is so big Pluto and Charon are sometimes referred to as a double planet system. Nix and Hydra: These small moons were found in 2005 by a Hubble Space Telescope team studying the Pluto system.

## Is Pluto explode?

What happened to Pluto? Did it blow up or go hurtling out of its orbit? Pluto is still very much a part of our Solar System it’s just no longer considered a planet. In 2006 the International Astronomical Union created a new category for classifying bodies in space: the dwarf planet.

## What year will food run out?

According to Professor Cribb shortages of water land and energy combined with the increased demand from population and economic growth will create a global food shortage around 2050. Lack of technology and knowledge will add to the crisis.

## How can we fix overpopulation?

5 possible solutions to overpopulation
1. Empower women. Studies show that women with access to reproductive health services find it easier to break out of poverty while those who work are more likely to use birth control. …
2. Promote family planning. …
3. Make education entertaining. …
4. Government incentives. …
5. 5) One-child legislation.

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