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The hottest and Coldest temperatures ever measured


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Do you know how cold is the coldest place in universe, that we can imagine ? What is the lowest man-made temperature ever measured ? How many zeros are needed to represent ‘Absolute hot’ ? All of these mysteries are solved by the staff of BBC Future in this infographic.

Absolute zero to ‘Absolute hot’
Most of the people are pretty much familiar with term Absolute zero, its about -273.15 degrees Celsius and it is the lowest possible temperature that can ever be achieved, according to the basic laws of physics. The reason behind is that, it’s the coldest an entity can get when total amount of heat energy has been sucked right out of it. 
As we know the most coldest place found in universe is Boomerang Nebula, but isn’t as cold as absolute zero. 
Now, what about ‘absolute hot’ ? It’s the hottest possible temperature
that matter can achieve, according to conventional physics, and
it’s been measured to be exactly
1,420,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 degrees Celsius.   
Along that, there’s so much fascinating stuff on this infographic, you can find
out the temperature of the clouds on Jupiter, the average January
temperature in the coldest place on Earth, and the temperature inside a
conventional chemical bomb.
Thank you, science.
Source: BBC

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