The star known as Sol, our sun, accounts for over 99% of the mass in our solar system. It is 109 times the radius of Earth and you could fit over a million Earth sized planets inside of it. We travel around it at around 67,000 miles an hour give or take a bit depending on how close we happen to be at a given time. That can vary between around 91,300,000 miles and 94,400,000 miles depending on where in orbit we are. It is a thermonuclear fireball producing 3.8 x 10^23 kilo-watt hours, all in one hour.
All in all, I’d say that is pretty damn amazing, wouldn’t you?