This week, we talk about Fish, High Castles, the size of things and maths.
Math mentioned in the episode.
Sun: 1.99×10^30 kg
Mercury: 3.30×10^23 kg
Venus: 4.87×10^24 kg
Earth: 5.97×10^24 kg
Mars: 6.42×10^23 kg
Asteroid Belt: 3.20×10^21 kg (maximum estimation)
Jupiter: 1.90×10^27 kg
Saturn: 5.68×10^26 kg
Uranus: 8.68×10^25 kg
Neptune: 1.02×10^26 kg
Pluto: 1.30×10^22 kg (included for completeness)
The combined mass of everything except the Sun comes to approximately 0.13% of the total. So the Sun does account for 99.86% of the overall mass.
The planets and asteroid belt together come to 2.67×10^27 kg. Jupiter makes up approximately 71% of that.