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How many sun in the universe?

How many sun in the universe?

[From: Astronomy & Space] [author: ] [Date: 04-07] [Hit: ]
How many sun in the universe?......

How many sun in the universe?

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geezer say: Billions.

Every star is a sun !
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user setia say: Please wait a secont, i'll be counting it
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ob1knob say: Estimated 200 to 400 billion stars in our Galaxy (the Milky Way)
About as many galaxies in the Universe

About 10 % of Milky Way stars are yellow dwarves like the Sun.
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Ronald 7 say: Our Sun is a Star
In case you didn't know
And there are billions of Stars in the Milky Way
Multiply that with the trillions that are in all the other Galaxies in the known Universe
Virtualy Uncountable on five fingers anyway
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YKhan say: You'll only get estimates, not exact numbers. So there would be one septillion (1×10^24) stars.

(according to Assistant Professor David Kornreich of Ithaca College in May 2017 and the European Space Agency (ESA) in 2015).
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quantumclaustrophobe say: There's somewhere between 200 billion and 300 billion stars in our galaxy alone. And, in the universe, there's hundreds of billions of galaxies. So, many trillions exist.
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Murzy say: every star is a sun
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hoarseman say: Hold on , I'll pop out and count them
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Mark say: No one knows, but in the Milky Way alone there are over a billion stars.
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nanu say: Only one sun in the universe.
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Johnatan say: It is believed that cosmos I s growing up everyday by 100 billion km. Everyday new stars born so my answers is that there are infinite stars and suns in our universe.
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sparrow say: The same number as there are stars. Lot of 'em.
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John P say: Billions. Only one of them is our Sun, at the centre of our solar system.
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The_Doc_Man say: More than you could count in a lifetime at the rate of one star per second.

After a while, the exact number becomes immaterial.
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Acetek say: Ok a little math quiz. There are an estimated 2 trillion galaxies in the known Universe with an average of 400 billion stars each. that is a lot of stars
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poldi2 say: Unknown. There are about 4 billion stars in our galaxy, and an estimated 1 trillion other galaxies.
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Lôn say: Billions....the stars you see (and many you can't see) are probably suns with planets around them. Many are bigger than the Sun, many are smaller.
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