Here are some pictures that demonstrate how tiny our world is as compared to the hugeness of cosmos. Thanks to equipment nowadays, images like the ones below clarify things in a mode that even any ordinary person with no, whatsoever, link to physics and easily understand. So let’s initiate by checking out the correct size of our tiny world.
Our home planet Earth is bigger than the Moon, Mars and Mercury.
Earth and Venus are about the same size.
Sun is a giant star as compared to anything else in our solar system. It is nearly spherical and contains of hot plasma interleaved with powerful magnetic fields.
Sirius is one of the brightest stars in the night sky. With an optical apparent magnitude of −1.46, it is nearly twice as bright as Canopus, which is the next brightest star.
Arcturus is located in the constellation Boötes and is the brightest star in the northern celestial hemisphere. It is also the fourth brightest star in the night sky.
Well now our Sun is now hardly visible.
Moving on from stars…….!!!!!!