The volume of the Sun is approximately **338 x 10^15 mi^3** (1.40 x 10^18 km^3), and the volume of Earth is **260 x 10^9 mi^3** (1.08 x 10^12 km^3) roughly. If we do the math, a total of **1.3 million Earths** can fit inside the Sun . That's a lot of Earths!

It's important to note that this count is accurate only if we assume these Earths are squished together and leave no space . If we consider the spherical shape of Earth, only about **960,000 Earths** would fit inside the volume of the Sun.

Let me know if you have any more questions.