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How does the Sun's mass compare to Earth's mass?

A) The Sun's mass is about 300,000 times the mass of the Earth.
B) The Sun's mass is about 30 times the mass of the Earth.
C) Both have approximately the same mass.
D) The Sun's mass is about 300 times the mass of the Earth.

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Thanks for the answer, I sent you a forum message for another one.