VV Cephei A is the second largest star known. Its diameter is 1,900 times that of the Sun. It is orbited by VV Cephei B, a small blue star. If VV Cephei A were placed in the center of our Solar System, its radius would reach past the orbit of Jupiter, almost to the orbit of Saturn. The star VY Canis Majoris is larger still.
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