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What is the largest planet in our solar system

The largest planet in the solar system is Jupiter, with a diameter of 143,000 kilometers and a mass 2.5 times greater than all the other planets combined.

Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun. Despite having a mass equal to 318 Earths, it has less than one thousandth (1/1000) the mass of the Sun and just one tenth its diameter.

Unseen Hypothetical Planet
A “brown dwarf” companion to the Sun, about 4 times as massive as Jupiter, has been suggested as a cause for cometary disturbance in the Oort Cloud, orbiting at a distance of about 1/4 light year. The planet, named Tyche, would have an orbital period of a million years and could not be observed visually from Earth. NASA has released the data from an infrared mapping program (WISE) that may provide evidence to either prove or disprove the planet’s existence.

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