There are many different types of objects found in the solar system: a star, planets, moons, dwarf planets, comets, asteroids, gas, and dust. In terms of the numbers of each of these objects, our current knowledge is as follows: 1 star (The Sun)
Also question is, what is the biggest object in the solar system?
The Sun is a star, so it is much bigger even than Jupiter, our solar system's biggest planet. The outer atmosphere of this big ball of gas and plasma streams away as a big magnetic bubble made out of the solar wind and the Sun's magnetic field.
What is the largest body in the solar system?
The Largest. There are 17 bodies in the solar system whose radius is greater than 1000 km. The composite above shows the Sun and the 5 largest planets at a scale of 3200 km/pixel. (Earth is the tiny spot between Jupiter and the Sun).
What is the biggest in the solar system?
The largest planet in our solar system by far is Jupiter, which beats out all the other planets in both mass and volume. Jupiter's mass is more than 300 times that of Earth, and its diameter, at 140,000 km, is about 11 times Earth's diameter.