very heavy and very light

can you explain why the ratio between the Hubble mass (i.e. the mass inside the Hubble volume today for a critical universe) and the Planck mass is about \(10^{60}\)? why are stars roughly in the middle (on a logarithmic scale)? or even more puzzling: why’s the ratio between Hubble and Planck-mass about equal to the ratio between stellar masses and the masses of nucleons?