What is the 2nd coldest place in the universe?
- ANTARCTICA: -94.7 C.
- PLUTO: -229 C.
- THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON: -240 C.
- THE BOOMERANG NEBULA: -272 C.
- THE COLD ATOM LAB: −273.15.
What is the coldest natural thing in the universe?
The protoplanetary Boomerang Nebula, located 5,000 light-years from Earth, holds the record for coldest known object in the Universe. Outflows of gas, streaming out from the central dying star, reach temperatures below -270 degrees Celsius.
What is the coldest thing on Earth?
This is the point when all motion of atoms that make up an object stop moving—a chilling 0 Kelvin or -459.67 Fahrenheit. Researchers have tried for decades to reach absolute zero, which is thought to be impossible to ever attain.
- What is the 2nd coldest place in the universe?
- What is the coldest natural thing in the universe?
- What is the coldest thing on Earth?
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