From absolute zero to absolute hot - an amazing trip through the Universe
Broaden your understanding of extreme temperatures and find out those of absolute cold and absolute hot.
What do we know about temperature limits in the Universe? All we know is that usually we feel cold at -4°F (-20°C) and suffer from heat at 95°F (+35°C).
#1: Absolute zero. The lowest possible temperature
#2: The coldest planet in the Solar System - Uranus
#3: The average temperature of the dark side of the Moon
#4: The lowest temperature recorded on Earth. "Vostok" research station, Antarctica.
#5: The average temperature in January in the coldest settlement on Earth, Oimyakon, Russia
#6: The lowest operating temperature of cell phones
#7: The melting point of ice
#8: Normal human body temperature
#9: Optimal temperature for a soft-boiled egg
#10: Highest temperature on Earth. The Lut Desert.
#11: The boiling point of water
#12: Maximum temperature of a candle fire
#13: Temperature of volcanic lava upon eruption
#14: Temperature of the Sun's surface
#15: Earth's core temperature
#16: Surface temperature of Sirius (a star system and the brightest star in the Earth's night sky)
#17: Temperature of the Sun's core
#18: Temperature of the 10-second-old Universe
#19: Absolute hot, when laws of physics are not applicable
Are you sensitive to cold or heat? What is better - too cold or too hot? Tell us in the comments below!
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