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20 Largest 'Solar system' bodies by radius in km.

Last updated: January 07, 2016
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696,000
Sun
69,911
Jupiter
58,232
Saturn
25,362
Uranus
24,622
Neptune
6,371
Earth
6,052
Venus
3,389
Mars
2,634
Ganymede
2,576
Titan
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2,440
Mercury
2,410
Callisto
1,821
Io
1,737
Moon
1,560
Europa
1,353
Triton
1,184
Pluto
1,163
Eris
788
Titania
765
Rhea
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level 83
Jan 7, 2016
Seems kind of an odd place to cut off, with Rhea, Oberon, Iapetus and perhaps Makemake very close in size to Titania.
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level 67
Jan 7, 2016
OK I've made it Top Twenty, just to cut off at a nice Jet-punk number.
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level 69
Jul 4, 2016
I was all set to point out Eris is bigger than Pluto. Upon fact checking this (prior to posting, I don't wanna be one of THOSE people) I discovered that while Eris is more massive, Pluto is greater in radius. I've learnt something new.
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level 65
Aug 2, 2017
Why not make it all solar system bodies able to achieve hydrostatic equilibrium?
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level 67
Aug 2, 2017
I think you are looking at stars i.e. sun like bodies that have a fluid - gaseous makeup.
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