I could not decide where to post this, it concerns astronomy to a degree but my question mostly involves pressure which I assumed was a physics question mostly so I put it here. My question is that, if were actualy interested in designing a space suit that could survive crushing pressures, like at the core of the planet, or even worse, the core of a star like our sun (lets assume for arguments sake we already knew how to mitigate the heat and other things that would kill humans in this environment). Do we need a suit that is far more durable than planets themselves, at least in the suns example, wouldnt putting the Earth under the pressures at the suns core crush it? I am a little green on the subject but would a human beings size in the sun be under less or more pressure than something as large as the earth? I guess my real question really is not could a man survive in the sun depending on what protection he wore but does the objects size reduce or increase pressure it may feel at the suns core, would a smaller, more durable piece of metal or non yet discovered super dense material have more chance of surviving the pressures at the core of a planet or the sun than an actual planet would? Also, I will just clarfiy this is just a pressure question, I know theres more than just pressure at the core of said celestial bodies. Thank you for your time.