How hot is the hottest star in the universe?
The hottest one measures ~210,000 K; the hottest known star. The Wolf-Rayet star WR 102 is the hottest star known, at 210,000 K. In this infrared composite from
What’s hotter than a supernova?
It’s right here on Earth at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). When they smash gold particles together, for a split second, the temperature reaches 7.2 trillion degrees Fahrenheit. That’s hotter than a supernova explosion.
What is the hottest place in the universe?
Space scientists have discovered the hottest place known in the Universe where temperatures reach an amazing 300 million degrees C. A cloud of searing gas is surrounding a swarm of galaxies clustered together five billion light-years away in the constellation of Virgo.
- How hot is the hottest star in the universe?
- What’s hotter than a supernova?
- What is the hottest place in the universe?
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- How hot is purple lightning?
- What color is lightning?
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- What is the 5 hottest place on Earth?
- What is the hottest thing possible?
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- Why is Death Valley so hot?
- How hot can a human live in?
- Does it ever snow in Death Valley?
- What is the coldest place ever?
- How cold is space?
- What was the hottest day ever?
- What is the lowest temperature a human can survive?
- What temp does blood freeze?
- How hot is too hot for humans?