The Sun is huge, hot, and powerful compared to Earth, although it is only a medium-size star.
Its equatorial diameter measures 863,746 million miles (1,390,631 million kilometers). It has the volume of 1,333,000 Earths.
The Sun’s gravitational pull is almost 30 times that of Earth. The Sun also rotates once every 25 days.
Unimaginably hot, the Sun’s surface temperature registers an average 9,980° Fahrenheit (5,527.6° Celsius). Write out the number 27 and put 69 zeros after it. That’s how hot the Sun’s core is in degrees Fahrenheit.