The hottest and coldest temperatures in the Universe


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The hottest and coldest temperatures in the Universe



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  1. Glad they put CERN on there, I was about to calculate it and post! Still blows my mind that when we collide lead ions, for nano-seconds, that collision in Geneva, Switzerland, is one of the hottest places in the current Universe.

  2. I never can remember the (9/5) + 32 formula to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, but I noticed that at higher temperatures (where 32 degrees don’t make much difference) there’s a roughly 1 to 1.8 ratio.

  3. I’ve always thought the coldest temperatures would be colder. The coldest planet and the coldest temperature in the universe are 60 degrees.

    The hottest temperatures have so many commas, while the lowest don’t go lower than -300.

    Would the temperature not drop drastically the further away from the sun? As long as you don’t get closer to another star.

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