This is the largest object in the Universe

The biggest single object (not counting galaxies, the universe, etc.) ever discovered is S5 0014+81. It is a Quasar. Let's go deeper.

If you don't know what is Quasar!

A large object like a star, that is far away and that shines very brightly and sometimes sends out strong radio signals.

Upon further inspection, Scientists found out that a black hole resides at the center of the quasar. They were expecting an average-sized black hole but were surprised to find out that the mass of the black hole was a massive 40,000,000,000 (40 Billion) Solar Mass.

The Schwarzschild radius of that super heavy black hole is 118.35 Billion Kilometers.

Doesn’t sound like much, eh? Well, here is the thing: If our sun were the size of a soccer ball, “big bro’s” diameter is 37.42km.

Other Largest Objects in the Universe

Largest non-spherical solid object: Haumea - 620 km radius

Largest moon: Ganymede - 2634 km radius

Largest rocky planet: Kepler 10 c - 2.35 Earth radii (15,000 km)

Largest gas giant planet: HD 100546 b - 6 Jupiter radii (419,466 km)

Largest ring system: J 1407 b - 0.6 AU radius (90 million km)

Largest star: UY Scuti- 1708 Solar radii (1.19 billion km), Stephenson 2-18 is now considered to be among the largest known stars, if not the largest, with a radius of 2,158 solar radii.

Largest black hole: TON 618 - 1300 AU radius (194.5 billion km)

Largest (mostly intact) nebula: LAB-1–300,000 light year diameter

Largest galaxy: IC 1101- 3.92 million light-year diameter

Largest structure: Hercules-Corona Borealis Great Wall - 10 billion light-year diameter

The End Notes

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