The largest objects in our solar system



1. Sun (1392000 km)

2. Jupiter (142984 km)

3. Saturn (120536 km)

4. Uranus (51118 km)

5. Neptune (49528 km)

6. Earth (12756 km)

7. Venus (12103 km)

8. Mars (6794 km)

9. Ganymede (5268 km)

10. Titan (5150 km)

11. Mercury (4879 km)

12. Callisto (4806 km)

13. Io (3642 km)

14. Moon (3476 km)

15. Europa (3130 km)

16. Triton (2706 km)
Xena
17. "Xena"
Kuyper Belt Object 2003 UB313
(appr. 2600 km - rough estimate)

18. Pluto (2320 km)

18. Titania (1578 km)
Orcus
19. Orcus
[Kuyper Belt Object 2004 DW]
(app. 1600 km - rough estimate)

20. Rhea (1528 km)

21. Oberon (1522 km)

21. Iapetus (1436 km)
Sedna
22. Sedna
[Kuyper Belt Object 2003 VB12]
(appr.1250-1500 km)
 
charon  
23. Charon (appr.1285 km)
Quaoar
24.  Quaoar
[Kuyper Belt Object 2002 LM60]
(appr.1250 km - rough estimate)
2005FY9
25. 
Kuyper Belt Object 2005 FY9
(appr.1250 km - rough estimate)
2003EL61
26. 
Kuyper Belt Object 2003 EL61
(appr.1200 km - rough estimate)
Umbriel
27. Umbriel (1170 km)
  Ariel
28. Ariel (1158 km)
 
Dione
29. Dione (1120 km)

Ixion
  30. Ixion
[Kuyper Belt Object 2001 KX76 ]
(appr.1065 km - rough estimate)
Tethys
31. Tethys (1060 km)
Ceres
32. Ceres (940 km)
Varuna
33.  Varuna

[Kuyper Belt Object 2000 WR106]
(appr. 900 km - rough estimate)
2002AW197
34. 
Kuyper Belt Object 2002 AW197
(appr. 890 km - rough estimate)