Is the Milky Way 200 000 light-years in size?
The new study estimates the size of the Milky Way’s disk at 200,000 light-years across. Past studies have suggested the Milky Way is between 100,000 light-years and 160,000 light-years across.
How many Earths can fit in the Milky Way?
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How big is the Milky Way compared to solar system?
But what does that mean for our galaxy’s size? Simply put, our solar system is a speck compared to the Milky Way. Our Milky Way galaxy is a whopping 587 trillion light-years across. In other words, you could travel across our entire solar system 53,000 times and still not equal one trip across the Milky Way.
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