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Where's the coldest spot in the universe? Not on the moon, where the temperature plunges to a mere minus 378 Fahrenheit. Not even in deepest outer space, which has an estimated background ...

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Well, the coldest thing happens to be most of the universe, interstellar space, or the vacuum of space. Since temperature is defined by atomic activity there isn’t much in between the stars to get the temperature above absolute zero.

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Simply put, weird and inexplicable things happen. This absurd behavior is believed to be explained by the theory of everything, something that Albert Einstein was working on until his last breath. This overarching theory is yet to be discovered. The coldest thing in the Universe: Boomerang Nebula. Atoms love heat.

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A ghostly nebula shining about 5,000 light-years from Earth is also the coldest known object in the universe. The dead star creating the Boomerang Nebula is sloughing off gas from its shell, which ...

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The Coldest Spot in the Known Universe. Jan. 30, 2014: Everyone knows that space is cold. In the vast gulf between stars and galaxies, the temperature of gaseous matter routinely drops to 3 degrees K, or 454 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. It’s about to get even colder.

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Italian scientists have frozen an 880-pound block of copper to within .006 degrees of absolute zero, making it—quite possibly—the coldest thing in the universe.

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The Coldest and Hottest Temperatures in the Known Universe (Infographic) See the extremes of temperature, plus everything in between. ... is that the hottest hot and the coldest cold will blow ...

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The coldest place in the entire universe, so far as we know, is laboratories where research into Bose-Einstein condensates are going on. Temperatures of 500 picokelvins have been reached.