Although we think the Earth is huge, hosting more than 7 billion people, it is actually a point in our milkyway galaxy.

Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system. 

Jupiter has a radius of about 70,000 kilometers and Earth has a radius of 6370 kilometers.

Jupiter's mass is two and a half times greater than all the other planets in our solar system.

This huge size helped it to earn the nickname "King of the Planet".

 Jupiter was discovered by the Babylonians in the 7th or 8th century.

The planet has the shortest day of any planet in our solar system, lasting only 9 hours and 55 minutes.

However, its years are much longer than earth, it takes 11.8 years to fully revolve around the sun.

If we compare the radii of Jupiter and Earth, then 11 Earths could fit inside Jupiter.

If the volume is the criterion by which the question must be answered, an astonishing 1300 Earth could fit inside Jupiter.