The Sun

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     is remarkably uniform, with no noticeable variation from day to day
     contains about one-quarter of the mass of the solar system
     is actually less dense than Earth, in spite of its great mass
     is approximately 10 times the diameter of Earth
     is unique among the stars, nothing else is remotely similar
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is actually less dense than Earth, in spite of its great mass
answered Mar 15, 2013 by h20 ~Top Expert~ (6,320 points)

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