I was told to ask more impractical and unrealistic questions in the world building SE community, so here's my question.
Say we have a hypothetical solar system that we want to destroy by separating all of the mass of the major bodies into infinity.
The scenario is that a well placed, but powerful enough explosive is placed in the center of the sun that can not only destroy the sun, but also have enough energy left after propagating to Neptune's orbit to be able to destroy it and all the planets before it by breaking there gravitational binding energy.
Of course ignoring variables like planets intersecting each other and absorbing some of the force, and other unpredictable variables.
So how much energy in TNT Megaton force would this explosive need to yield to be able to achieve such a feat, assuming this is isn't unquantifiable?