How big are quasars in comparison to the sun?
A quasar is about the size of the solar system.
Although quasars are very massive and output huge amounts of energy, they are quite small.
A quasar is powered by a supermassive black hoe at the centre of a galaxy. The supermassive black hole at the centre of our Milky Way galaxy is thought to have a diameter of about
Quasars also have the accretion disc of matter falling into the supermassive black whole which generate the energy. So, a quasar would typically be the size of the solar system.
The Sun has a diameter of