How Cold Is Outer Space?

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Outer Space is essentially empty, meaning it has no molecules to move to create heat. Because of this, the relative temperature of outer space is just a few degrees above absolute zero.
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Much colder than any place on earth. If you think its cold in Alaska at -50 degrees Fahrenheit try -455 degrees Fahrenheit. That is the temperature of the background radiation left
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In outer space, being in sunlight means you're at 248 degrees F. Being in the shade means you're at
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An object in Space that is shaded from direct sunlight etc, not generating internal heat, and not heated by conduction through contact with any warm body will gradually approach equilibrium
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1. Choose a location outdoors where lights are minimal. If you live within city limits, you may have to go to a more rural area just to see the stars in the sky. 2. Use the binoculars
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